Java Developer - AWS - Microservices - Spring

Hackajob Ltd
United Kingdom
05 Oct 2017
03 Nov 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
Large hiring project with a highly respected information based lender, whose core concept is that by using information and technology they can transform their industry. They are keen to speak to solid Java developers of various levels of experience as they are experiencing a lot of growth, however are particularly looking to speak to strong, mid-level Java developers. The Mid-level salary banding is £50-£60k, if you are more senior or junior than this, then you are still welcome to apply and we can have a chat about their experience expectations for each banding, and decide on the correct level to submit you at. In terms of the mid-level developer role, two to four years experience is expected and in this role the following technologies are necessary: - Java - Experience of working with RESTful API's The following technologies would really make you stand out: - Experience of using the Spring framework. - AWS. - A familiarity with Agile methodologies. - Any hands on experience with migration would be great especially with AWS, as the role is focused around Java API/services development. In terms of culture they've created a relaxed and casual atmosphere, although the full team is around 200 people with half of those developers, they steer clear of an overly corporate setting, encouraging casual dress and with allowances for working from home/remotely. The relaxed and open-plan office is currently based in Shoreditch. The company are an information based lending company, founded on the belief that technology and information could transform the industry. Led by their founder with that vision, they are a successful global bank and one of the UK's top providers of credit supporting millions of customers. They continue to transform at pace and work at the forefront to bring the best to our customers and help them succeed, applying this same approach to their staff and their internal development. In terms of the process going forward, please do apply to this role, once I've received your CV I'll give you a call to discuss your suitability and the level of your submission, and progress your application from there. So why not click apply now?
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