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why Java developers choose AnywhereJava developers from around the world come to work with EPAM Anywhere full-time and remotely. Becoming one of them, you will get to enjoy working on your own terms. How exactly? You’ll get the flexibility and numerous growth opportunities that are rare in a typical office-based setting but are common for our work-from-home Java developer jobs. You’ll also be able to choose your projects and find all-around career support and remote work guidance. Explore our job posts for full-time remote Java backend engineers and full-stack developers, and browse job descriptions to find the stack you’re most excited about, be it pairing Java with Angular, Node.js, Amazon Web Services, Golang, or other. If you don’t find the job type that’s right for you, subscribe to get personalized job alerts in your inbox.
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what our remote Java developers say

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Jose CordobaJose Cordoba

I really enjoy the opportunity to use cutting-edge technologies in combination with the technologies that I already know. The opportunities you can find here are amazing, whether it is training, learning courses, or certification programs.

Jose Cordoba Senior Software Engineer, Java, EPAM Anywhere
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Haseena BhalveHaseena Bhalve

My reasons to recommend Anywhere is stability, good salary, good infrastructure, discipline, and a multicultural remote and hybrid working environment. I have access to a great remote work infrastructure at Anywhere and also enjoy freedom to choose from various projects.

Haseena Bhalve Senior Software Engineer, Java, EPAM Anywhere

Java remote jobs responsibilities and skills

Growing your Java developer career at Anywhere, you can work on exciting international projects for top companies on our client list ranging from financial services to ecommerce verticals, applying the latest backend and frontend frameworks. The more experienced you get, the broader and more advanced your Java developer responsibilities become.

People in Java developer positions join our projects as backend or full-stack developers, team leads, project coordinators, consultants, quality engineers, or other, often taking on custom titles to reflect their exclusive role in our company. They are instrumental in driving Java applications’ core functionality and their impact on projects grow proportionally to their years of experience and leadership qualities developed.

Explore remote Java developer jobs requirements when it comes to the tech and communication skills and competencies, and feel free to apply for any of our available remote Java developer vacancies. We’ll be delighted to have you.

grow as a Java developer at Anywhere

By taking up one of the remote Java software developer jobs at Anywhere, you’ll get access to all the resources to keep your professional growth on track. In addition to that, right from the very start, you’ll have a clear picture of where you can grow and how to meet your career goals step by step. Whether you’re already a senior Java developer or currently working up towards this senior level, you’ll have advanced and managerial career tracks opening up for you.

If you want to deepen your expertise as a Java application developer or become a mentor yourself, you’ll have the support needed. You’ll have access to free high-quality courses and training in Java and related tech for full-stack, mobile and backend developers, certification support, Skill Advisory mentorship, and our Java Competency Center where you can develop your personal brand.

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Get to know us closer and learn why we created this forever-remote modern workplace for freedom-seeking tech professionals. With hundreds of professionals who’ve taken up our Java developer contract jobs around the globe, you can become part of this inspiring community of experts, too.

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We offer a great variety of benefits to keep our Anywhere people happy. From healthcare perks and discounts to full technical support, free learning, and relocation opportunities, discover what you can get by joining us in your location.

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