Junior Java Developer wanted for an exciting, innovative organisation based in Bishop's Stortford.
This is an EXCELLENT opportunity to join a professional, growing company with low staff turnover, with an excellent salary to match!
You will be responsible for developing and maintaining the companies' web-based software solutions. You will be expected to think creatively: suggesting and implementing new features; writing novel algorithms and redesigning legacy code.
You will be developing and maintaining their desktop visualisation software, which will involve working with the Java Swing environment for creating graphical user interfaces.
The role also involves the creation of custom visualisation methods for data analysis, developing and maintaining tools for simplifying access to data stored in relational databases such as Oracle, MySql, SqlServer and other database systems.
As a small company, your work will have an immediate impact on the customers, and you will be expected to be able to manage your work with little supervision
The role may also require you to visit their customer and partner sites in the UK and beyond to gather requirements, perform maintenance and carry out installations
Formal training will be provided where needed, but they would expect you to learn 'hands-on' alongside more experienced colleagues.
So what do YOU need to be considered for this role?
- You will have a degree in Computer Science or similar, or in any scientific discipline with relevant experience
- Experience in the following is essential: Java, Swing, Oracle, SQL; and Windows
- Experience with one or more scripting languages is desirable (Perl, PHP, python etc.)
What will you get in return?
Firstly, this is an EXCELLENT company with low staff turnover and a great deal of professionalism. You will be treated well and rewarded for your efforts and results.
The salary on offer will be £27,000, with other benefits include 25 days holiday, private health insurance, life insurance, and company pension contribution.
- Computer Science