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Java Developer Roles x2 - Recently partnered with Google - Flexible Working Options

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    £55000 - £75000 per annum

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    Giggs Sharma

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    +44 (0)118 902 8800

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    29 days ago

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Java Developer roles x2 - Reading - Recently partnered with Google - £55,000 - £75,000 DOE

- Google can't be wrong - this company is going in the right direction!
- Do you enjoy working with cutting edge technologies?
- Do you want to make significant contributions to the platforms you develop?

After placing the Head of Development and 2 Java Developers with them last year, my client has returned with two Java Developer roles, they are looking for strong mid level and senior developers -  they are scaling at pace and have recently partnered with GOOGLE!

They are a progressive and growing company with big plans to disrupt the Data management and Security market as they’ve been doing so over the last few years.

Everything they do is cloud related so are ideally looking for Java Developers with good experience in AWS or GCP. The new partnership with Google has accelerated development work and they now are looking to expand their technical team with the addition of two Java Developers.

They are using a cutting-edge Java tech stack encompassing:
  • Java 8
  • Microservices
  • ElasticSearch
  • Docker
  • Kubernetes
  • Spring MVC/Boot/Data
  • Kafka/RabbitMQ
  • Mongo DB
This role is paying up to £75,000 DOE and you’ll be joining an excellent team of developers, unlike a corporate environment, they encourage developers to have a say in development and encourage new ideas and ways of improving their cloud based platforms.

If this sounds like you, then apply now, interest is going to be high in this opportunity so get your profile to the front of the queue!
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