|Job Ref:||204670930||Employer:||cv-library.co.uk||Job Type:||Permanent||Country:||United Kingdom||County/State:||Oxfordshire||City:||Oxfordshire||Address:||Post Code:||OX18||Salary:||£50000 - £55000/annum Benefits||Post Date:||13/10/2016 04:00|
Are you someone with a real passion for coding? Do you enjoy using new technologies and have a desire to be instrumental to a company's future success? Then look no further!|
My client is a multi-national company looking for a practised, hard-working Java Developer that is competent in Java/J2EE and with an in-depth understanding into a project life cycle. Primarily your role will be in our customer marketing team who specialise in bringing contextually relevant adverts to a large audience through ad-serving technology. As a senior developer, you will invariable be asked to mentor the more junior members of our coding team, to ensure high quality coding continues to be instilled throughout the organisation.
The company is growing at a rapid rate and therefore offer fantastic development opportunities, career prospects whilst learning new skills.
What the client is looking for:
* Fantastic knowledge of Java/J2EE
* At least 5 years of commercial experience
* In-depth knowledge of Java frameworks to integrate codes within standing frameworks
* Knowledge of HTML
* Strong design skills
* An understanding of SQL, XML and NoSQL
* Enthusiasm for working with new technologies
* Strong motivational and leadership skills
* Knowledge on Windows and Linux platforms
If you believe that you meet that outlined requirements, apply now! This particular role is attracting a large volume of applicants and the client is looking to fill the role as soon as possible. To avoid missing out on this great opportunity, or to discuss the role of Senior Java Developer in more detail, please send your cv in
Pearson Frank is a niche IT recruitment provider focusing on Java, Web and PHP based technologies. We are a part of Frank Recruitment Group, one of the most successful global recruitment businesses in the last 10 years and backed by private equity firm TPG Growth