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Junior Java Developer (Payments)

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City of London Permanent £35000 - £45000 per annum

Junior Java Developer needed to join one of the fastest growing FX and money transfers within the UK. They will be joining a team based in the heart of London’s fintech hub based in their prestigious office and will be reporting to the Head of IT directly plus other stakeholders.

If you have core Java experience and looking for the next step in your career please get in touch. Experience within the payments/fintech industry is a bonus

Key responsibilities:

  • Developing new software applications and new software modules
  • Monitoring, identifying and correcting software defects
  • Communicating with clients at all levels to ensure the success of platform integration
  • Deploying software using web servers and container technologies

Skills/Qualifications/Experience

  • Java Development 1.8 (1.6 or 1.7 also accepted)
  • Strong background with RDBMS – in particular MySQL/PostgreSQL
  • Strong Experience of REST API client and Server (based on SOAP and JSON)
  • QA experience and test planning
  • Knowledge of OOP and design patterns
  • Experience of working with international payments or financial services
  • Knowledge of working with Play framework and Scala is desirable
  • Experience of commercial software engineering

Job Reference: 87641

Salary: £35000 - £45000 per annum

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