Java Developer - London
Are you an experienced Java developer looking for a new Challenge to start in June?
Our client, a major asset and finance management platform developer based in the heart of the City is offering exciting opportunities for creative seasoned Java professionals. You will be building and maintaining an industry-leading product that offers plenty of interesting technical challenges as part of a diverse, rapidly growing team. Our client can offer a wide spectrum of roles, ranging from purely technical to business analyst, sales and client-facing.
Our client is a strong believer in the benefits of processes such as agile, test-driven development and continuous integration, as well as the value of technology industry conferences, as they regularly send developers to JavaOne, QCon, Devoxx and others.
Our client is seeking skilled developers with a lot of potential, the right candidate will have a minimum of 12 months of professional Java development experience - regardless of whether you are just starting out in the industry, or have held more senior roles in the past, this will be a step in the right direction for you. They are looking for Java developers who are wanting to take on more responsibility and ultimately a client facing role.
A comprehensive, 9-week training course will be the start of your journey, where you will learn everything about the platform and the frameworks they use to keep themselves at the forefront of functionality and technology. We are looking for 4 to start the training in June.
Optional technical skills
- Eclipse IDE
- Java EE
- Servlet API
- Google Guice
- Lucene (via Hibernate Search)
- Agile & Scrum methodologies
- Object-oriented design
- Database design and SQL
- JUnit and test-driven development
- Continuous integration
- XML, XSD and XSLT
- Other useful skills
- Oracle database
- MySQL database
- SQL Server database
- JBoss, WebSphere and WebLogic application servers
- JMS, including WebSphere MQ
These are some of the technologies the development team uses daily, so the more experience you have with these the better, but full training will be provided where necessary.