Java Developer - Media Transformation Project Java 8 REST

Recruiter
Talent Point Ltd
Location
London
Salary
45000.0000
Posted
16 Feb 2017
Closes
16 Mar 2017
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Java Developer - Media Transformation Project (Java 7 Spring RESTful API)

Java Developer (Java 7 Spring RESTful API) is sought to work on one of THE projects of 2017. You will be working on a huge online media streaming platform! The scope of this project is truly once in a career! This is a truly Greenfield project. The team you be joining is new, with not a line of code yet written!

You will be joining a well-established media company. This business has grown over the last 15 years to be one of the biggest providers of sports content and management. In addition they run sporting events and sponsor many more! The Java Developer (Java 7 Spring RESTful API) will add to this companies reputation.

Skills wise there are a few essential skills needed to join this team. You will need to have experience with Java 7, Spring, RESTful API and have worked on an e-commerce platform./ In addition experience with AWS, HTTP Ansible and JVM technologies will be highly desirable.

For the successful Java Developer (Java 7 Spring RESTful API) there is an extremely attractive salary that is purely based on your previous experience. Plus you will gain some experience that will be highly desirable plus all the extra trimmings that come with desirable roles (pension, bonus, social).

If you are a mid to senior Java Developer looking for a new challenge for 2017 then I would love to hear from you. Please contact Sam Murray at Talent Point on or apply through this advert.

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