Java Developer – Senior, Java 8, Spring, TDD/BDD, Maven

Recruiter
Talent Point
Location
London
Salary
£65000 - £75000/annum
Posted
14 Jul 2017
Closes
13 Aug 2017
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Currently have a great opportunity for a Senior Java developer who wants to learn AEM and move into a technical lead role to join a large e-commerce brand based in London. This is a completely new role within this company as they the CMS platform that you will be working on is completely new. They are looking for a developer to come in and make this team and the development their own. You will be responsible for adding new enhanced features to the frame of the platform and integrate it into their existing systems.

This is a truly global company. They operate multiple business units in countries from Australia to Austria with their main development hub here in London. They are responsible for delivering some of the leading industries conferences and seminars and at any one time will have circa 500 events live globally. The platform that you will be working on is critical to all of these.

For someone coming in as a Senior Java Engineer it would be expected that you have experience with Java 8, RESTful, Spring, Microservices, TDD/BDD and Maven. In addition any exposure to CMS platforms or frontend frameworks will be nice to have but not essential.

There are multiple opportunities here to progress your career in a number of directions. You can move into positions such as technical lead or architecture should you wish. The salary is up to £75,000 with a package that include bonus (20%), health insurance, travel insurance and much more.

Please contact Sam Murray at Talent Point for a confidential chat or apply through this advert.

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