Java Software Engineer/Developer
New year new job!
Have you just sat back down at your desk after the holiday break and realised you're already fed up of work? January is the perfect time to look for a new position - and hopefully we can help!
Talent International are currently on the hunt for Ambitious and professional Java Engineers. We are working with a large Software consultancy based across the UK. We currently have openings for engineers in Southbank in London, as well as potentially Woking. As a consultant, you will be expected to visit clients from time to time, and engage with the stakeholders, this is a fantastic chance to build client facing skills that a lot of developers wouldn't get the opportunity to do.
The company that you would be working for provide complete, end to end digital solutions to organisations that work across multiple sectors, so any specialist experience you have could definitely be put to good use.
We need people who are adaptable to working in a shifting environment, and who are happy to work across multiple technologies, on many different projects. If you're someone who wants to be paid to learn new skills, whilst simultaneously working on high profile projects - then this would be a fantastic home for you.
Software Engineers are responsible for delivering solutions for essential everyday services that rapidly transform customer experience and improve operational efficiency. You will be a full stack developer, comfortable with both web technologies as well as core business logic.
- Experienced in Java (JEE, Spring, Hibernate)
- Experience working in an agile environment, ideally using TDD or BDD approaches.
- SQL experience.
- If you have existing Security Clearance, this would be a huge bonus.
If you are interested in knowing more about this opportunity, please send me an up to date CV, and I will give you a call to discuss in more detail - I can also send you over a full job description that will explain the roll in much more detail.
Candidates must be eligible to work in the UK.