Java Developer Manchester £30000 - £40000
£30000 - £40000
Are you a Java Developer looking for a new challenge? If so, then this is a brilliant opportunity for a technically sound individual to progress their career in a role at a National corporation offering brilliant professional development prospects and excellent benefits.
The company are an International consultancy firm based in Berkshire they are very well respected on the market and are looking for new developers to take their business to the next level.
- Experience of Java Development
- Knowledge of MVC Frameworks (Spring/ Struts)
- The company are interested in a persons attitude towards programming so any extra-curricular projects etc, would be welcome but not essential.
For this role my client is looking to compensate the ideal Java Developer with a generous salary of £30000 - £60000 + benefits and very real scope for career progression as the company expands over the coming years. They are based in Manchester so are easily commutable from Greater Manchester, Cheshire and areas of Yorkshire.
If you meet the above requirements and believe you would be a suitable candidate, apply now to avoid missing out on this fantastic opportunity as the role will not be on the market long.
Pearson Frank International is the leading Java / PHP recruitment firm in the UK, advertising more JAVA & PHP jobs than any other agency. We deal with both Digital Agencies & End Users throughout the UK and Europe and we have never had more live requirements & Web Development jobs for JAVA & PHP professionals. By specialising solely in placing candidates in the JAVA & PHP market I have built relationships with most of the key employers in the UK and have an unrivalled understanding of where the best opportunities & JAVA / PHP jobs are.
Apply now by sending your CV to - firstname.lastname@example.org
Or call Nick Phelps - (+44) 0191 338 7573
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