Lead Java Developer

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February 2, 2018
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Lead Java Developer
Up to £450 per day
3 Months initial contrcat
Central London

Our Client is looking for a Lead Java Developer to join its Enterprise Platform Team for a number projects across its Public Sector Client base.

The Lead Java Developer must have a proven track record with Java developments and supporting New Product Developments using Agile methodology.  Having experience of Government Digital Standards (GDS) and working in Central and Local Government digital environments would be a major plus.

Core Required skills are

  • Strong core Java skills
  • Experience of web development with JEE, Spring MVC and/or Portal Servers
  • Excellent knowledge of Spring Framework (3 and above)
  • Understanding of Rest API’s
  • Experience with SQL, having worked with databases such as MySQL or Oracle
  • Good understanding of Hibernate/JPA and Object-relational mapping, including performance considerations
  • Experience with Maven and application development processes e.g. Continuous Integration, TDD etc
  • Proven ability to understand and troubleshoot large systems, drilling down to code level to identify the root cause of issues
  • Experience managing production environments deployed to Cloud services (PaaS/IaaS)
  • Excellent communication skills- written & oral
  • Familiarity with Jira
  • Experience with version control- SVN or GIT
  • Experience working with UI Technology: JavaScript / AngularJS

If you are a lead Java Developer with the core required skills with GDS experience then please apply with a CV and one of the team will call back within 24 working hours.

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