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Lead Java Developer - London - South

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Date Job Posted Wednesday 6 Sep 2017
Reference 1894
Category Java Developer
Employment Type Permanent


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Lead Java Developer -  London (Colindale)

Up to £60,000 DOE +15% flex benefits

Be IT's client are currently looking for a Lead Java Developer for to work on a large transformation service roadmap/portfolio. This organisation is a European leader in Digtial Transformation projects and has offices throughout the UK, employing close to 7,000 people UK wide. They take on the most complex projects and have a reputation for delivering best in class solutions to their public and private sector clients.

In this role you will be the Lead Java Developer of a team of 5/8 developers. From the off you will be working on a large and high profile project which is scheduled to be ongoing for the next 2.5 years at least.

To be successful in this role you must have a strong technical background in Java and ideally be a Java SME so that you can be hands on when required. It is essential that you have strong core JEE experience (6+) and extensive skills within Spring Framework, including Spring Batch. It would also be useful to have experience in Docker, Continuous Integration and Continuous Deployment and Jira.

You should also have strong experience in managing a team and be well versed in Agile development approaches. In order to be eligible for this role you must be eligible to undergo security clearance (lived in the UK for 5 years).

In return for your skills you will receive a basic salary of up to £60,000, as well as 15% of that in flexible benefits.

If this sounds like the role for you, or you would simply like more information then please get in contact with Christina Hall at Be IT on 0141 314 3558 or email me at christina.hall@be-itresourcing.com


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