July 28th, 2011, 06:32 AM
Java/J2EE Developer - Reading (UK) + Europe - £45k-£60k
My client, an Ecommerce platform provider, is looking for outstanding Java Developers to work from client sites based throughout Europe. As an eCommerce technology business, this opportunity offers varied client-facing project work, constant exposure to new exciting technologies and an inbuilt career path that is inherent with a rapidly expanding organisation.
As experienced Java Developers within the Professional Services team, the successful candidates will be working directly with customers to design, develop and deliver world class solutions built upon their enterprise eCommerce platform. You will participate in all aspects of the software development lifecycle including planning, technical design, construction, peer reviews, documentation, testing and deployment.
The ideal candidates will be passionate about technology with a senior level of Java expertise in their field that surpasses the average. They will also be action-oriented, customer focused and flexible, with exceptional communication skills. They will have an in-depth knowledge and extensive experience (over 5 yrs) of Java/J2EE web application development, Java application servers (Tomcat, WebSphere etc), an industry recognized RDBMS (Oracle, SQL Server etc) as well as recent, relevant experience working within frameworks such as Spring, Hibernate and Eclipse.
These roles will be based from client sites across the UK and Europe and for this reason, applicants must hold an EU passport and be willing to travel regularly working from client sites for up to 3 months at a time. Please note that Tier 1 visas or UK residency alone will not suffice.
Excellent written and spoken English is essential and any further European languages would be advantageous.
Salary £45k-£60k depending on experience.
Based: Reading, Berkshire (main office)
To apply for this job, please email Word CV to: firstname.lastname@example.org quoting "Java"
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