Java Developer – Mid to Senior – Java 8 RESTful Hibernat

Recruiter
Talent Point
Location
London
Salary
£40000 - £80000/annum
Posted
13 Jun 2017
Closes
13 Jul 2017
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
There are currently multiple positions available for Java Developers from Mid to Senior level to join a global fin tech company. This will be an opportunity to join a well-established development function as they are about to embark on a Greenfield digital transformation project which will involve migrating their stack to microservices and deployed to AWS.

In addition to this you will also be working very closely with their existing client base to ensure that their needs are being met by their current software suit. This will including gathering requirements for bespoke elements to be developed across multiple modules of their application. This will done coding in extensively Java 7 moving to Java 8 by the end of the year.

There are some must have techs for this role. The right Java developer will have experience with Java 7, Spring or Guice, Hibernate and either consuming or building RESTful APIs. Experience with Jenkins jUnit and Mockito would be nice to have but not essential.

For the right Senior Java Developer a salary of up to £75,000 is on offer. There is also a competitive benefits package; this includes a bonus of 25%, travel insurance, health insurance and a pension scheme that increases with time spent at the company. In addition there are plenty of opportunities to progress down multiple career paths depending on where you see your career going and amazing support and development to get you there.

If you think that this is the right next move for your career please apply through this advert of call Talent Point for a confidential chat.

No terminology in this advert is designed to discriminate on grounds of gender, race, colour, religion, creed, disability, age, sex or sexual orientation. Talent Point Ltd is a member of the Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC) 00072652, an equal-opportunity employer and does not discriminate against these or any other class protected by applicable law