Senior Software Engineer; Java, TDD, Scrum,

Recruiter
CAERUSA CONSULTING LTD
Location
Bath
Salary
£40,000 - £55,000
Posted
05 Oct 2017
Closes
02 Nov 2017
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Senior Software Engineer: Java, HTML, CSS, Scrum. Bath (BA1 postcode). Salary circa of £40,000-£55,000 + Benefits. An excellent opportunity has arisen for aSenior Java Developer to join a highly successful, international company who provide a wide range of business-critical software, digital solutions and technology-based outsourcing services to over 500 clients across a huge range of sectors. The perfect environment to broaden your commercial experience! Why would you want to join this company? - They have an in-house training academy and encourage staff to learn/develop a wide range of skills, offering you the opportunity to hone your craft! - They offer fantastic career coaching, helpingemployeesto achieve their goals and progress in their careers. - Flexible work hours - Comprehensive benefits; Healthcare, pension, life assurance, cycle to work schemes, childcare vouchers, fun team events, employee referral schemes, etc. We are looking for people who have: - 4+ years commercial experience with Java - Good knowledge of Java related tech; JEE, Hibernate, Spring, JUnit etc. - Ideally have experience with web technologies such as HTML, CSS, jQuery, JavaScript and AngularJS - Experience designing, coding, and testing mid-level items proficiently with low defect rates - Able to present technical issues/solutions, both orally and written - Good computing concept & practice knowledge, ideally with more than one technology - Experience with the full software lifecycle - Experience with Public Sector clients is a big advantage, although not essential - Experience working in Agile / Scrum environments - Been in the UK for 5+ years (eligibility for Security Clearance essential). As the successful Senior Software Engineer, you will: - Playing an integral role in assisting with system integrations - Using your expertise and soft skills to mentor team members, checking technical work of peers and other less experienced staff - Designing, coding, and testing high-level items downwards - Estimating and planning your own work in 4 week timeframes - Reporting on progress stats and escalating issues in a timely manner, when required - Contributing to the refinement and development of project standards/working practices
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