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Java Developer

Job Title: Java Developer
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Poland, Poland
Salary: £250 - £300 per day
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6 Months
REF: JAVPOL1706_1501860265
Contact Name: Lewis McMullen
Contact Email:
Job Published: 3 months ago

Job Description

Java Developer - Java 7, RDBMS, SQL, Hibernate, Spring, JavaScript

The Client in question are really keen on a full Java Ecosystem expert and a programmer who is willing to have some real technical ownership and appreciation. The current development environment is completely Agile across both cross-functional teams, with any new addition expected to add to that environment by getting fully involved in the Sprints and an active contributor in all Scrum meetings. There is a great team ethos and everyone works together towards a common goal regardless of time spent with the business, with a vibrant environment this is an excellent opportunity for any Java programmer to work on a highly rewarding programme.

Required Experience:

  • Java 7
  • SQL
  • Hibernate
  • Spring
  • JavaScript
  • JSP
  • Tomcat
  • Unix
  • Maven
  • VCS

Nice to have:

  • Oracle
  • H2
  • Liquibase
  • JPA


  • PL-SQL
  • Knockout
  • jQuery
  • Apache

If you have a strong backgound in the above and want an opportunity to work in an exciting dev team then send your CV to

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