Java Developer - Highly Complex Search Application

Recruiter
Talent Point Ltd
Location
London, South East England
Salary
50000.0000
Posted
17 Jul 2017
Closes
16 Aug 2017
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Java developer is needed to join a business critical development team. You will be working on designing and developing search applications across multiple business units. This will not be a role where you will be doing the same thing every day, you will be on the cutting edge, developing applications that will drive the growth of the company forward.

The company itself are a global leading publishing house. They publish over 100 industry magazines in markets from aviation to finance. In addition to this they are also a market leader in the UK at providing training and professional development in the finance sector and this is only just touching the surface. The team that you will be joining sits across all of this.

For this role you will need to be able to demonstrate that you are comfortable with a face paced deployment environment. Technically you will need experience with Java 8, Spring Boot, REST or SOAP APIs and Maven. Experience with SOLR Search and Docker will be great to have but by no means essential.

There is a lot to gain from this role. Firstly you will gain real world experience working with some of the most sort after technologies in Big Data and Machine Learning. You will be working with one of the most respected publishing companies globally and there is a very generous Salary and benefits package.

If you have read this and feel that it is what you are looking for or have any questions please contact Sam Murray at Talent Point for an informal and 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.