Java Developer

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Greater London Contract / 6 Months £400 - £425 per annum

Contract – 6 months

London

Daily rate – 400 / 425

Financial sector

My client are in need of a java developer with the following skill set

  • Hazelcast, Enterprises data integration, data pattern (e.g apache camel) data caching and performance improvement
  • Spring Boot and Kubernetes / RedHat OpenShift

Financial experience is desirable as they are one of he largest banks in the world. This is a 6 month contract which will be likely to extend.

For more details on the above please apply to this role.

Job Reference: Javadev

Salary: £400 - £425 per annum

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Job Duration: 6 Months

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