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Java Developer

CRM & ERP

Europe Contract / 6 Months £450 - £550 per day

***6 Months relocation to Switzerland***

Java Developer

Must have Kafka experience

You will be working on cutting edge technologies such as kafka and cassandra, high volume distributed system using micro services written in GO and Java and SQL/noSQL storage’s.

My client are a customer-centric financial services company. This particular app helps customers manage their existing bank accounts through one app and not multiple apps.

  • Java
  • Kafka
  • spring boot
  • GO

Please apply to this role if have the above skills and are happy to relocate to Switzerland on a 6 month contract basis.

Full job description on request.

hkirby@welovesalt.com

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