Java Developer (A2ZD13338)
at , London

Location: London

Salary: Daily Rate: Up to £625 Ltd

Job Type: Contract

Industry: Government

Job Title: Java Developer
CV Submission Deadline: Tuesday 2nd April @ 10.00
Location: London
Duration: 1 Year
Daily Rate: Up to £625 Ltd
Security Clearance: SC preferred
IR35 IN/OUT Scope: Out of Scope

 

Key Tasks and Deliverables:

We are looking for an outstanding Developer, who can make a positive impact, and want to contribute to the most demanding and exciting new digital service for the UK Government. Let’s be clear about the impact of your work – better digital services in government will change the face of public services and have the potential to dramatically transform the future of millions of people.

We are looking for outstanding skills and must be ready to quickly get to work within an agile multi-disciplinary team of Developers, Designers, and Analysts focused on the Department for Work and Pensions’ flagship welfare reform programme.

We are looking for the kind of person who is unconcerned with titles and hierarchy; what really excites the successful candidate is problem-solving and the opportunity to deliver innovative technology that carries real value for users. The candidate will be expected to draw value from collaboration with others, actively seek input from colleagues and value a multidisciplinary team over hierarchy.

Day-to-day they will be an integral part of that team in designing, creating and improving new and existing products, platforms and transactions across government.

Experience Required:

  • Recent experience with Java 8 (or newer) microservice architectures.
  • Be willing to work in a pair programming environment.
  • Have a good understanding of TDD and BDD
  • Have experience in AWS/Azure
  • Experience of working in an Agile environment
  • Have experience in implementing APIs for internal and external use.
  • Have the skills to build up a useful, robust automated test suite to support a continuous deployment environment.
  • Be involved in the wider web development community, identifying good practices we can adopt and sharing our experiences.
  • Be knowledgeable of tools and techniques used within the wider team, both Developers and Non-Developers.
  • Take part in 2nd-line support of applications and platforms, including occasional support outside of office hours.
  • Have an ability to communicate technical concepts to a non-technical audience.
  • Have experience working on technical projects within a team.
  • Have working knowledge of Unix-like operating systems such as Linux and/or Mac OS X.
  • Have the ability to quickly research and learn new programming tools and techniques.
  • Understand of the use of Responsive Web Design.
  • Have a working knowledge of Jackson, JAX-RS, Mockito, ActiveMQ
  • Experience of MongoDB or other document databases.
  • Have experience of building and scaling high-traffic websites.
  • Have experience of handling large data sets and scaling their handling and storage.
  • Containerisation – Docker, Kubernetes