Principal Java Developer - South - Remote £120K
Are you a Senior Engineer wanting to work in a leading fintech payments business with the view of moving into a principal engineer role while remaining hands-on without the people management balance?
Austin Fraser is representing a large payments company that has big plans to scale this year whilst offering a lot of autonomy with a 35 hour working week and remote working.
The company is far from a start-up, however, they have a centre of excellence based in the southeast where greenfield payment platform work is solely developed.
As a FinTech business, they work in a cross-functional way and operate in development trains using SAFe methodologies. They are currently looking at the dreyfus software development model meaning that as a lead developer you will find yourself working in a cross-functional role working with backend, frontend and DevOps engineers.
The experience we are looking for is;
- Java Development Experience (Microservices, Spring Boot etc)
- RabbitMQ, Kafka
- Hadoop, Spark - Training provided
- Continuous Integration ie. Jenkins, Terraform, Ansible
My client appreciates the fact that not everyone would have worked with all of these technologies so applications are welcome from candidates with a different technical background who have a willingness to adapt.
-Competitive salary £80-100K
-Pension Contribution - 11.5%
-Remote working - 2 days a month office work if needed.
-35 hour working week with core hours 10-4pm
For further information and a detailed discussion and an extended job specification please contact Austin Fraser.
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