March 4th, 2013, 08:55 AM
Java Developer - major travel websites - near Bath / Bristol, South West UK
Help address one of Europes biggest challenges - how people, communities and entire populations get around powering services such as Thetrainline.co.uk, Transport for London, Department of Transport and Stansted Airport.
Contribute to significant high-performance and scalable middleware, applications, libraries and front-end development projects enabling technologies like real time multi modal data feeds to power live mapping, live updating, tracking, ticketing, bookings, payments and much more. You will be using the latest technologies in a high quality development environment, collaborating with other passionate and expert Java, C++, .NET, iOS, Android and testing colleagues.
Proven Java coding abilities core or Java Enterprise Edition
Passion for Web and software development
An object-oriented approach
Excellent interpersonal skills
Maintenance of existing sites and Java middleware code, as well as next generation of travel websites
Salary and benefits:
£30,000 £40,000+ (negotiable)
Personal development plan. Technology and skills training. Progression across a group of companies
20 days holiday (25 year two). Personal Pension. Life Assurance. Income Protection. Medical and Dental. Childcare Vouchers. Sabbaticals. Long Service Recognition. Subscription to Safari Books.
Profitable International software provider (£17m t/o) with 150+ UK staff, based in a converted mill in rural Wiltshire; commutable from Bath, Bristol, Swindon etc. They encourage a strong work:life balance, have a friendly close-knit team culture with regular social events, kitchens, ride to work scheme, bike racks, showers, free parking, flexible hours etc.
Apply now for immediate or April / May start!
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