Senior Full-Stack Java Developer

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    £65000 - £70000 per annum

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    Henrietta Bellamy

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    0161 2600 649

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    9 months ago

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Senior Full-Stack Java Developer – Elmbridge - £70k DOE
Are you an experienced Full-stack Java developer looking for the next step in your career?

Have you always wanted to work for a global FinTech leader?

Feel that you can add value with your coding abilities?
Then consider this…
A company that offers a competitive, high-end salary, private medical insurance and the opportunity to travel within Europe. That pioneers the corporate trade market for electronic finance documentation, with $80bn worth of trade transactions per year. That looks to welcome you into its team.

A role that is responsible for the design, development and technical review of software as a service solution for corporate clients across the globe. You will not only advise other members in the tech team on their coding practices, but will use your senior knowledge to help sculpt their new software product- as they are working on two new products this year alone.
More specifically, you must have at least 5 years experience with:
  • Java/J2EE
  • Spring Framework (E)
  • JUnit and UI testing (E)
  • Apache Camel (D)
  • ActiveMQ (D)
  • Tomcat (D)
  • Windows Server (D)
  • MS SQL (D)
  • Oracle (D)
  • Splunk (D)
  • Agile experience– Jira/Confluence
  • Basic Front-End tech stack – Angular2+
As part of the in-house development team, as a senior developer you must have previous commercial experience (Up to 6 years) and also fantastic communication skills as you will often be asked to work with other developers and even, stakeholders.

 Ideally if you have previous experience in the Trade/Finance sectors that would be a huge bonus.
Feel like you tick all the right boxes?

Then don’t hesitate to hit the ‘APPLY’ button.