If you're looking for that next step in your career path or that next challenge to keep you excited to get up in the morning, take a look at this Java Developer role we currently have available in London, we have both mid-level and senior roles available depending on your level of experience. Our client is growing their digital team of agile service design specialists to build and deliver user centred services and solutions in partnership with their clients across England and Wales.
Due to the nature of the role all candidates must either hold already or be willing and eligible to hold UK Security Clearance to at least SC level. If you are not sure regarding this please give me a call and we can go over it.
You'll need to have commercial Java development experience, ideally with experience of modern source code management approaches and software development using open source technologies. A key element for these roles, being in an agile environment working closely with clients, will be your communication skills, you need to be technically sound but also be able to convey your knowledge and expertise to clients internally and externally. Our client encourages all of their teams to strive to up-skill their knowledge through both internal and external training.
In terms of specific languages you should have commercial experience in some or all of the following:
* Java 7 / 8
Any knowledge/experience of the following would also be advantageous but is not essential:
* Front End UI experience
* Experience of SOA, middleware and microservices
* Experience of application servers and/or serverless technologies
* Experience of Big Data analytics and infrastructure
* Experience of development and deployment in a cloud containerised environment
* Experience of Continuous Integration and Delivery
* Participation in an Open Source community project
* Advanced knowledge of Spring framework
If you would like to discuss the role with me, please feel free to either call me on 0191 243 5458 or drop me an email at email@example.com - a chat can never hurt.