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Java Developer - DevOps - Reading - £575 per day

Job Title: Java Developer - DevOps - Reading - £575 per day
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Reading, Berkshire
Salary: £575 per day
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6 Months
REF: Java Dev Reading_1490099619
Contact Name: Roddy Coltart
Contact Email:
Job Published: 7 months ago

Job Description

Java Developer - DevOps - Reading - £575 per day

Java Developer needed for six-month contract at a global financial services company in Reading. The Java Developer will have experience of working in a DevOps culture, contributing to the full development cycle.

The Java Developer will have proven experience developing and automating solutions directly related to Continuous Integration / Continuous Delivery, and scripting knowledge of Ruby or Python.

Further to this, the Java Developer will have experience with deployment using Maven, and experience using configuration management tools such as Chef or Ansible.

The Java Developer will also have experience using the GIT version control system and have experience using AWS cloud based application.

Key requirements:

  • Back-end Java experience
  • Experience with cloud - AWS
  • Experience in a DevOps environment
  • Knowledge of Ruby or Python
  • Experience with Maven
  • Knowledge of GIT
  • Experience using Chef or Ansible

If you feel that you have the relevant skills to be a successful Java Developer for this prestigious client then please call +44 (0)207 014 0231 or send your latest CV to

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