Junior Software Engineer Java
When looking for an opportunity as a Junior Software Engineer, the key focus of your search should always be focused around long-term career development.
The technology space is an environment where the opportunities are endless, so it is crucial to ensure that any organisation you join encourages you to take advantage of those opportunities, as opposed to stunting any potential growth you might experience.
Thankfully, this organisation are an example of the former rather than the latter!
I am working in partnership with a global enterprise based in the Manchester area who are looking to hire enthusiastic and passionate Junior Software Engineers.
The roles will sit within a new department, focusing on core product development of a number of applications that process billions of pounds annually. The roles are part of an enormous re-vamp of their software, focusing on greenfield development and the refactoring of a legacy codebase.
They are in the process of moving towards a microservices-based architecture with a focus on API-driven development and cloud-focused strategies. The primary application development stack is based around Java EE (Spring, JSP, Hibernate, JSF) but the roles will also involve exposure to programming languages such as C++ and Scala, as well as front end/UI technologies (React, Angular, Vue).
What they are looking for are passionate technologists with a tech-related academic background as well as evidence of freelance/personal projects. Commercial experience would be ideal, but the key factor for this role is personality and the drive and determination to improve.
What they offer in return is un-paralleled career progression opportunities and the chance to work alongside some of the most talented technical people in the UK. You will get to work with state of the art hardware and software, working on emerging technologies and on projects that actually impact society (cheesy I know...).
So if you think you have the required hunger and desire to apply for this role, then give me a shout by calling either or . Alternatively, send me an email to .
Anything discussed will remain completely confidential.