Redditch/2-3 days Remote
Up to £55k
My client are a data driven automation solutions business and are looking to grow their software team in Redditch with a variety of Java Developers and Senior Java Developers
As a Java Developer you will be responsible for coding, building, integration, testing, release and maintenance of new and existing software,
As a Java Developer you will be experienced in:
- Java software development
- Full software development lifecycle
- JavaEE, Java8
- Multi-layer architecture design and development (Service oriented architecture, middleware, microservices and application servers)
- Modern source code management (Git, Subversion etc)
This Java Developer role is based in Redditch and commutable from Birmingham, Kidderminster, Dudley, Wolverhampton, Coventry, Leamington Spa, Droitwich Spa, Bromsgrove, Worcester, Evesham, Tewkesbury, Cheltenham, Gloucester, Stourbridge, Rugby, Solihull,
Minimum experience, training or qualifications required: Candidates must have commercial java development experience
Due to the high number of applications, we receive, we are sometimes not able to respond directly to each candidate. If you haven’t been contacted within 14 days of your application, unfortunately you have been unsuccessful on this occasion.
By applying for this Java Developer role your details will be submitted to SourceCo and the relevant client related to this vacancy.
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