Senior Java Developer / Senior Java Engineer

Posted 2 June by Reqiva Ltd Easy Apply

Senior Java Developer / Senior Java Engineer

Due to further growth I am excited to announce a Senior Java Developer / Senior Java Engineer position working for an exciting digital agency near Ascot, Berkshire. This company are continuing to grow their team and in the process of setting a second office in the West.

The successful Senior Java Developer will also be familiar with a range of technologies and is required to contribute to the ongoing success of the company by developing and resolving bugs during the development process across the full life cycle. The role also involves project delivery / roll-out on client sites so if you enjoy a mix of development but also liaising with clients then this could be the role for you.
As mentioned client site visits are required but this is not a "bodyshop" or pure consultancy role, development is the main focus.

The Senior Java developer position is ideal for Developers who enjoy:

*Java (8 if possible)
*Spring / Spring Cloud
*Cutting edge Technologies.
*Open-source Software.
*Greenfield Projects
*Agile Techniques.

Beneficial Skills:

*Git / Maven.
*Reactive X.
*Architecture experience

If you have an interest in learning new technologies and techniques as well as influencing change, then please get in touch.

The salary is up to £65,000 depending on experience and comes with progression opportunities and other fringe benefits. There would some flexibility depending on experience as hiring top talent is a priority.

The location is commutable by car or train from London, Reading, Staines and Camberley.

Please click "apply now" to submit your application for consideration.

Contact: Glenn Rose @ reQiva Digital Careers.

Required skills

  • Java
  • Life Cycle
  • Agile Environment
  • Project Delivery
  • Spring framework

Reference: 31435080

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