We are in search of a Java Developer. On behalf of our central government customer you will have direct impact on the current and future iterations of one of our most important pieces of critical national infrastructure. You will have the following skills to deploy on programme:
Specifically you will be part of an applications development and support team able to fully support and maintain a system of critical national infrastructure adhering to engineering governance/best practice.
You will be expected to work closely with team members and the broader programme to develop new functionality and to provide third line support; this may involve being on call out of hours on a rotating basis.
Highly technical in nature, you will need strong knowledge and experience with a view to maintaining and developing java based configurations and solutions in individual services, applications or components in the development, test and live environments. The system utilises a wide variety of technologies so you must be flexible and quick to acquire new skills. The system is currently being moved into the public cloud so experience in this area would be an advantage or at least a desire to acquire these skills.
WHAT SETS YOU APART:
Solid Java development skills
Good communication: written, spoken and on-line – we work almost exclusively remotely so making sure everyone is fully informed is key to making that a success.
Web Services – XML, SOAP, RESTful
Nice to have:
Websphere Application Server
Build and Test Automation
Working in an agile environment with waterfall aspects
AWS or other public cloud
Relational databases – e.g. Oracle, DB2
IBM Software life cycle tooling including: Rational Software Architect, ClearQuest, and ClearCase
Due to the nature of the project, this role will require having or obtaining an SC clearance
How to apply
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