Senior Java Engineer

Affecto Recruitment Ltd
£35k - £45k pa
04 Nov 2017
16 Nov 2017
Contract Type
Full Time

This is a unique opportunity for a Software Developer to join an expanding specialist product team on one of our clients UK sites in Durham. You will get superb training to become a true specialist software developer for these globally used FinTech solutions.

This position will give you and initial exclusive product training period of 2 to 3 weeks, all expenses paid, in Brussels, Belgium.

Once fully trained you will be:

  • Developing and implementing of a full suite of software products;
  • Working closely with customers to develop software code to their requirements
  • Providing technical analysis
  • Defining, planning and implementing test scripts
  • Supporting customer implementations and upgrades

You will be working in a very dynamic environment and your team will be made up of highly skilled designers and developers, who are situated around the globe.

Technologies you will need knowledge and experience of:

  • Java
  • Oracle
  • JBoss
  • Hibernate
  • Spring
  • SOA

This opportunity will see a skilled engineer playing a key part in advancing software for the FinTech space, you will be given top quality support and training throughout your time in this position, and you will have the opportunity to be part of project work around Europe.

This is a truly exciting role and we are expecting high volumes of applications, so please be patient with us while we review these.

Affecto Recruitment work in all roles within IT including Web Developers, Android and iOS Developers, Infrastructure Engineers, Test Analysts, Project Managers, Business Analysts, Database Administrators, Data Analysts, MI Analysts, BI Analysts and Embedded Software Engineers with a vast range of clients UK wide but predominantly South Yorkshire, West Yorkshire, East Yorkshire and Nottinghamshire.

Affecto Recruitment is acting as a Recruitment Agency in this instance and is an equal opportunities employer.

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