Paying up to £60,000
Java Developer | EventsTech | Central London | Up to £60K p/a
As a Java Developer, you will work on projects involving the development, enhancement, optimization and support of in-house business systems, working closely with senior developers, BAs and end-users to help design and develop technical solutions to business requirements.
Our client’s technical stack is based within AWS and follows a micro-services based approach using Java, Salesforce, Elastic search, Logstash, Postgres and AWS components such as API gateway, SQS, SNS and so far.
The company is processing an ever-growing amount of data and with a move to real-time operations, this presents some exciting challenges to the successful applicant!
·Maintain a thorough technical understanding of current and future business systems needs
·Be an AWS/Cloud evangelist and encourage the use of AWS services & technologies
·Research and suggest new open source tools and techniques that can be utilized in the solutions
·Write detailed technical specifications based on identified solutions
·Contribute to the continuous maintenance of technical documentation
·Assist the Technical Architect in determining project scope, costs and timescale
·Build and maintain strong working relationships with stakeholders, including key business users and external suppliers
·Degree (or equivalent qualification) in Computer Science or related
·3 years+ experience as a developer with a service-based approach using Java, microservices, CI, Maven and Spring/Spring Boot frameworks
AWS experience, Postgres, Python
Monitoring and Logging applications such as New Relic/ Nagios/ Sumo-logic/ ELK
On top of the £60k p/a starting salary and enviable SOHO location, there is a host of benefits!
There is a fantastic opportunity to grow and further your skills with training on the job, discounts for numerous retailers, subsidized gym membership and a generous 25 days holiday a year.
About the company
Our client has been on the market for more than 80 years, is very well established in the music industry. They specialise in licensing recorded music played in public or broadcast and then distribute the licence fees to its performer and recording rights-holder members. Their aim is to ensure that those who invest their time, talent and money to make recorded music are fairly paid for their work!
How to apply
If you feel you have the right level of skills and attitude, then what’s stopping you? This is a highly engaging role which will make the most of your practical IT experience. If you think you’re ready for a new challenge and keen to dive in and get started, then simply send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org!