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Java Developer + up to £45000 + Benefits and Bonus

Job Title: Java Developer + up to £45000 + Benefits and Bonus
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Swindon, Wiltshire
Industry:
Salary: £40000.00 - £45000.00 per annum + benefits and bonus
REF: J7903_1494414563
Contact Name: David Meeajane
Contact Email: davidm@montash.com
Job Published: 5 months ago

Job Description

Java Developer (Spring/Hibernate/Java/Maven) - up to £45,000 + benefits

An opportunity for an experienced Java Developer to join an established IT company. Due to expansion, the Client wishes to take on new member to join the team. The ideal candidate will be involved in various technical projects and be able to work on his or her own intuitive. Are you a software specialist, that enjoys making a high impact in complex environments? Are you passionate about clean code, TDD, BDD and DDD? If so get in touch!

The Role:


The successful candidate will be working with a team of technical specialists, creating solutions for the client

About you

  • 3+ years working with Java experience
  • 3+ of Spring
  • Use Java Generics
  • Experience with RESTFul API

We would be even more excited if you also have:

  • A strong understanding of web-based systems
  • Junit framework
  • Source control techniques
  • Understanding the object of oriented design
  • Developing data services for user interfaces

This is an exciting opportunity to be part of a fast-growing start-up company with tremendous potential.

Contact me in on for further details.

Email: DavidM@montash.com

Telephone: 0207 014 0230

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