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Senior Java Developer

Tec Partners
Closing date
23 Jul 2021

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Technology & New Media
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Senior Java Developer


£65,000 - £75,000

TEC Partners are working with a Cambridge based Biotechnology business who are growing rapidly, to enhance their already established group of Engineers, by adding a Senior Developer to their team. They are working to develop Gene and Protein synthesis to benefit scientists with their approach and work towards prototyping. This role will be part of a wider full-stack team and therefore and understanding of UX/UI design principles would be beneficial.

Key skills required:

- A strong background of working as a Software Developer, within a commercial team
- Proficient in Java/Core Java
- Understanding and previous familiarity of using application frameworks such as SpringBoot
- Interest and willing to use other languages and tools
- Understanding of UI/UX design principles
- Strong communication skills alongside willingness and ability to help support, train and mentor others

What you will be doing in this role:

- Contributing your thoughts, ideas and recommendations to high-level technical discussions, supporting management across the business
- Contributing to developing and maintaining clean and robust code
- Following Agile and DevOps practices to prioritise the workload and continuously seek opportunities to learn and improve
- Champion code quality across the team
- Constantly look for new opportunities to improve user experience
- Provide collaborative leadership for the team's best practices, technical principles and architecture

If you are looking for a new opportunity and feel you have the required skills for this role, please get in touch with Sophie Pulford at TEC Partners on (phone number removed)
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