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Android Developer

Job Title: Android Developer
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Brentwood, Essex
Salary: £270 - £280 per day + negotiable
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 9 months
REF: AA-02124557_1498040872
Contact Name: Ashley Andrews
Contact Email:
Job Published: 4 months ago

Job Description

Andriod Developer - 8-Months - Essexs - £270-£280 per day

Montash have been engaged by a leading automotive organization, who are looking to acquire an Android Developer for a 9-month contract based in Essexs.

This is very exciting role with a client who are consistently growing their IT department. The role has a high chance of being extended after the 8-month period.

The android Developer must have at least 3+ months full time Pair Programming experience in Test Driven development and Continuous Integration development techniques, it would be beneficial if you came from an automotive background.

Main skills required:

  • 3+ months full time Pair Programming experience in Test Driven development and Continuous Integration development techniques
  • 5+ years development
  • Customer facing mobile applications. Mobility applications

If you are open to this exciting opportunity with a leading client in the automotive field, please get in touch soon as possible on 0207 014 0231 or

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