Senior Full Stack Developer

Avanti Recruitment
Closing date
11 Feb 2022

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Technology & New Media
Contract Type
Full Time
Avanti recruitment are currently working with a FinTech Company based in South West London who are looking for a fully remote Senior Full Stack Java Developer to join their ever growing team.

They are currently recruiting for a Senior Full stack Java Developer with a back-end focus. You will have the opportunity to work across the full software development life cycle and will be responsible for the design, development and implementation of their existing and new SaaS solution.

The successful Full Stack Developer will be working on Greenfield projects so will not be short of work. The company are migrating to AWS so any experience with this would be beneficial however this is not essential.

The company have a great culture and truly believe in openness and integrity, they also value the work their employees do and are committed to the development of their employees.

The tech-stack used is predominately Java/Spring on the Back-End and the Front-End is mostly Angular 9, JavaScript and HTML they also use AWS, so this could be a great company to develop your skills.

You will be working with a great team of developers in house whilst collaborating with offshore development teams too.

Essential Full Stack Developer Skills:

- Java
- Spring framework
- Junit and UI Testing
- Good experience with HTML, JavaScript, CSS
- Agile

Highly Desirable skills:
Angular Typescript / Angular 9 - Distinct advantage

Desired Skills:
- Docker/Kubernetes
- XML experience
- Apache Camel
- ActiveMQ
- Splunk
- Struts
- Bootstrap

The salary on offer for this Senior Full Stack Developer position is £80,000 + 25 Days holiday, Fully Remote working , Life Assurance, Private Medical Insurance and Pension.

If you are interested in this position then click apply now or contact Paul at Avanti Recruitment

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