Java Developer Java Developer …

Anson McCade
in Belfast, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom
Permanent, Full time
Be the first to apply
GBP40000 - GBP50000 per annum
Anson McCade
in Belfast, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom
Permanent, Full time
Be the first to apply
GBP40000 - GBP50000 per annum
Anson McCade
Java Developer. £40,000-£50,000 per year. 14% Bonus. 15% Pension.

Java Developer

Can you really say "New Year, New me" when you show up in January at the same job, working with the same Java Developers and developing the same software?

Let's face it- work is a very big part of our lives so if you're going to truly hit the "refresh" button come January it's probably best to start with the 40-odd hours you spend as a Java Developer during the week.

It's true that people tend to perform best when they're comfortable but when you get to comfortable you can also become complacent- that's when you look in the mirror and realise "2021 you" and "2019 you" are exactly the same person, but only now you hate your boss and that café you liked on the corner has closed because of "the pressures of Brexit".

What can we do to help you to avoid you getting stuck in that rut? We can't protect your favourite Panini but we can transform your 9to5.

The role:

As you've probably already figured out, we're looking for a Java Developer to join a team that develops software. Yes, that's what you're doing now but this is what you'll get to do when you finally take the plunge:

  • Build products that people can actually download, use or play with. Your code will see the light of day and your apps will be used by real people with real fingers, breathing actual air.
  • Explore new technologies on the JVM- this includes the likes of Kotlin and whatever else emerges over the next while.
  • Become involved in the entire SDLC- you'll learn what it's like to design as well as build.
  • No BAU/ Support work.

What you'll bring to the table:

  • 4+ year's development experience. They don't have to be dedicated to being a Java Developer either- you could be new(ish) to the JVM.
  • Experience with some DevOps/CICD tools and experience developing MicroServices.
  • Agile experience.

What you'll get in return:

  • £40,000-£50,000 per year
  • A bonus that pays up to 14%
  • A pension that goes up to 15%
  • Learning and development opportunities- certifications, tech courses etc

Interested?

Apply now and we'll give you a call if your skills line up. If you like what you hear, we'll process a formal application with our client.

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