Java Developer Lead
Are you a Java Developer interested in being the technical design authority on some of the largest cloud based greenfield Microservices projects in London?
Do you have an interest in DevOps and keen to learn more about what is really required to effectively implement continuous delivery / infrastructure as code?
If so, we have the role for you.
We are searching for a Technical Lead Java Developer to join London's premier cloud team. Similar to the reputation Thought Works built around Agile, this team are considered the go to experts for large scale Microservices cloud deployment across AWS and Azure, often working directly with engineers from Microsoft and Azure to extend the features of their PaaS products.
Alongside deeply challenging core design and engineering work, you will have the opportunity to become an expert in cloud infrastructure across multiple vendors and significantly improve your knowledge of the automated deployment of Microservices using tools like Docker, Jenkins, Kubernetes and Terraform (infrastructure as code).
This is an ideal opportunity for a Java Developer experience in leading challenging projects and some exposure to the cloud who is looking for an environment that will challenge them.
If you are interested in finding out more please apply.
Talent Point is a Hiring Communications business, working as sole hiring partners with our customer. We've ripped up the rules and torn apart this Java Developer brief to give you total clarity and visibility, painting a vivid picture (approved twice, both at Line and C-level) of the way this company lives, breathes and behaves, and how your role will look over years not months. We present only three applicants for every vacancy so, where we do represent you, you have a very high chance of securing a role with pre-booked interview times to plan around, in-depth vacancy details and no delays. Are you ready to seriously invest in your progression? Let's design your future.
Talent Point is an equal opportunities employer and no terminology in this advert is designed to discriminate on grounds of gender,