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Java Developer | Birmingham | £45,000 - £50,000

Job reference:
JDBHH01
Location:
Birmingham
Salary:
£45000 - £50000 per annum
Job type:
Permanent
Java Developer | Birmingham | £45,000 - £50,000

Full-stack Developer | Java Developer | Java Engineer | Software Developer | Java | JEE | J2EE | Spring | Springboot | Spring MVC | JPA | Hibernate | Maven | JavaScript | Jenkins | SQL | RESTful | REST | SOAP | AWS | Amazon Web Services | Angular | React | Tomcat | Jira

Birmingham based fintech business is on the lookout for a Java Developer to join their growing team for £45,000 - £50,000!

Offering a renowned platform to businesses across the UK, this company also provides bespoke software solutions for its vast range of clients. They are taking a very different and interesting approach to a market that keeps companies at the top of their game.

By joining this Agile team you will be offered to work with cutting edge technology, within a fast-paced and innovative environment. You will also get the chance to work alongside industry experts and people at the top of their game!

You will need to have 3 + years of commercial development experience, and be proficient in the following:
  • Java 8
  • Spring (Springboot, Spring MVC)
  • Hibernate
  • JavaScript (Angular, React, Node)
  • SQL, MySQL, Oracle
  • RESTful API’s
  • Maven
  • Some AWS experience is desirable
The benefits:
  • Competitive Salaries
  • Pension
  • Private healthcare
  • 20-25 days annual leave
  • Regular, on the job training
  • Social atmosphere
  • Modern office space
If you like the idea of getting stuck into a hands-on position within a modern and unique company then please give Huw Haley a call on 0117 300 6404.

Applications close 01/03/2019.

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