Ref: 241022-JDU-SMU

Senior Java Developer - Banking Sector

Poland, Wrocław

  • Negotiable
  • Developer Role
  • Skills: java, developer, aws, spring, maven, poland, hibernate, agile, scrum
  • Level: Mid-level

Job description

Senior Java Developer - Banking Sector


Title - Java Developer - Banking Sector

Salary - negotiable on UoP + benefits, bonus, annual salary review

Role - Senior Java Developer

Location - Hybrid/Wroclaw or Krakow

Java Developer - Banking Sector

The company:

I am currently engaged with a huge global investment bank who are seeking senior Java developers for some very important key projects. They have been at the heart of global investment banking for over 150 years, are a World leader in wealth management and are routinely awarded with 'Best Private Banking Services' at International level. There are many teams within the company who are seeking your skills so you could have the opportunity to work on Greenfield projects, migrating existing systems to the cloud and working with algorithmic trading applications.

Candidate Requirements and Tech Stack:

If you come on board you will be getting in to the thick of the development using Java, Spring, Spring Boot, Oracle, Kafka, Docker, Kubernetes, and also take part in their migration to the cloud (Azure). You will also need to be able to communicate effectively with traders and stakeholders and communicate with international teams.

Salary and perks:

They are currently offering a generous, competitive salary for senior developers that hit the requirements above (in bold). They are currently working fully remote but after Covid-19 they will be working on a hybrid model (2-3 days per week in the office which can be negotiable). There are annual salary reviews, full benefits package, annual bonuses and you will have the opportunity to purchase share is in the company which will prove to be a very lucrative investment.

Next Steps:

If you like the sound of this advert then please get in touch and we can arrange a confidential chat with me - if you are unsure about anything you've read in this description it's always worth having a chat to iron out any concerns before submitting an application.