Java Engineer x4 – Big Four Bank – Mobile Retail Project

London Permanent £60000.00 - £108888.00 per annum

Role – Java Engineer x4 (Mid & Senior)

Tech – Java, Spring, AWS, RxJava, Kubernetes, Docker, Terraform, Cucumber, REST

Salary/Benefits – £60,000 to £108,888, 10% bonus, + 10% pension, 30 days holiday plus bank

London – 1 day per week onsite

Salt is recruiting for multiple Midweight and Senior Java Engineers on behalf of one of the Big Four UK Banks – as of today they have over 7.5M customers and 850,000 small business accounts.

As a Java Engineer, you’ll be joining a development team of 40 – your unit will be working on their DigiTech mobile application that works across their Retail brands as well as several other key digital channels.

The apps & infrastructure here experience daily volumes exceeding 10M logins per day – this is a critical customer facing application, so the impact you have here is real.

You will be working on services developed in Java as microservices and loosely functionally aligned, deployed on AWS infrastructure. Therefore, experience in these areas will be essential.

Bonus points to Java Engineers with knowledge in other areas of their codebase including Spring, RxJava, Vertx, Kubernetes, Docker, Terraform, Cucumber, REST, Cloud Security – but these aren’t essential.

They are paying from £60,000 to £108,800 depending on the level of your experience, +industry leading benefits like 10% bonus, 10% pension and 30 days holiday.

They are based in London and would like to see you 1-2 days per week in the office.

Get in touch with me for more information – rjenkins @ welovesalt.com

Role – Java Engineer

Tech – Java, Spring, AWS, RxJava, Kubernetes, Docker, Terraform, Cucumber, REST

Salary/Benefits – £60,000 to £85,500 + 10% pension, 28 days holiday plus bank

London – 1 day per week onsite

Salt is recruiting for multiple Midweight Java Engineers on behalf of one of the Big Four UK Banks – as of today they have over 7.5M customers and 850,000 small business accounts.

As a Java Engineer, you’ll be joining a development team of 40 – your unit will be working on their DigiTech mobile application that works across their Retail brands as well as several other key digital channels.

The apps & infrastructure here experience daily volumes exceeding 10M logins per day – this is a critical customer facing application, so the impact you have here is real.

You will be working on services developed in Java as microservices and loosely functionally aligned, deployed on AWS infrastructure. Therefore, experience in these areas will be essential.

Bonus points to Java Engineers with knowledge in other areas of their codebase including Spring, RxJava, Vertx, Kubernetes, Docker, Terraform, Cucumber, REST, Cloud Security – but these aren’t essential.

They are paying from £60,000 to £85,800 +industry leading benefits like 10% pension and 28 days holiday.

They are based in London and would like to see you 1-2 days per week in the office.

Get in touch with me for more information – rjenkins @ welovesalt.com

Role – Java Engineer

Tech – Java, Spring, AWS, RxJava, Kubernetes, Docker, Terraform, Cucumber, REST

Salary/Benefits – £60,000 to £85,500 + 10% pension, 28 days holiday plus bank

London – 1 day per week onsite

Job Information

Job Reference: JO-2208-258109_1659610178
Salary: £60000.00 - £108888.00 per annum
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Job Duration:
Job Start Date: asap
Job Industries: Technology
Job Locations: London
Job Types: Permanent

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