Java developer – Mission-led fintech platform
Java Developer – Permanent
Salary up to – £70,000 per annum
Java, Springboot, Microservices, AWS, TDD, Vue.js or React
About the company
A mission-led company, which is revolutionizing the banking sector are looking to grow their headcount with talented Java developers in London.
You will be part of a young company who are driven to ensure the banking sector are adopting innovative and cutting-edge ways to encourage a new era of financial services.
About the role
As a Java Developer, you will be collaborating with other Java developers to develop and maintain their backend server-side and other customer-facing components of the service.
The dashboard is a Spring Boot application built on a Java-based frontend framework, Vaadin and is distributed using Docker and Kubernetes. On the backend, the Java developer will also be working with Springboot.
What is in it for you?
With great progressions plan in place for the successful Java developer, you can choose to head into the Managerial route or an Architect path – they have a group of engineers and leaders to support your long-term dreams!
The salary for the successful Java developer can go up to £80,000 per annum, plus share options, so you will not be just an employee in the business but have a stake in it too.
With two interview stages in place and interview slots for this week – if this role sounds of interest to you then please get in touch via Rebeka@ isluk.co.uk to find out more.
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