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Java Developer

Job Title: Java Developer
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Bedfordshire
Salary: £35 - £37 per hour
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 11 Months
REF: HDS_1492014869
Contact Name: Clara Grace Moretti-Greene
Contact Email:
Job Published: 4 months ago

Job Description

Java Developer

Location: Bedfordshire

Contract Length: 11 Months

Currently working with a Global Manufacturing Organisation to source and secure a Java Developer to work on a 11 month contract. You will be helping to support both marketing and sales globally. This is very agile/object oriented field (test driven development, solid, continuous integration) and you will be working collaboratively as part of an agile team.

Skills Required:

- Excellent Java

- strong experience with MS windows / Unix / Linux

- Experience of working in part of a global application development team

- Web application security java application (websphere)

Key words:

Java / HTML / Agile / SQL / Javascript / MVC / Web application / continuous / Developer / Sales / adobe / B2C / customer facing websites /

If this position is of interest from you then please submit your CV !

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