Full Stack Java Developer
Click Digital are currently looking for a Full Stack Java Developer to work in London and the surrounding areas.
Your day to day duties will include:
Responsible for designing solutions, writing code, tests cases, executing test cases, automating build, test and deployment, environment provisioning and configuration
Overall delivery of software components working in collaboration with product and architecture teams
Collaborate with Business Analysts and Product Owners to help define and shape deliverables, provide estimates, highlight technical risks and determine technical solutions
Liaise with operations for technical analysis of the issues
Collaborate with other technology and product teams to ensure integrated end-to-end design
Active participation in the Agile ceremonies and contribute to the overall functioning of self-organised, empowered, high performance team
To be considered for this exciting Full Stack Java Developer role, you will need the following experience:
Core java – Collections, Multi-Threading, Design patterns
Development frameworks – Spring/ Hibernate
Angular JS, Node JS, Java script, Responsive design
REST API's, Micro-services implementation
Relational database systems – Oracle, MySQL
Continuous integration: Build automation using Github, ANT, Maven, Jenkins, code quality analysis using SonarQube
Our client is looking for a Full Stack Java Developer to join their busy Digital Engineering team which is responsible for helping our clients leverage next generation software in order to engage customers more directly, easily and precisely by developing production ready apps at record speed.
As part of their Digital cloud native engineering practice, you will lead technology innovation for our clients through robust delivery of world-class solutions. You will build better and deliver better products!
This is an opportunity to make a difference within exciting client initiatives.
If you are interested in applying to this Full Stack Java Developer role, please click apply now below.