Junior Java Developer - Berkshire - Remote working - £40K
Austin Fraser is representing a software business that has development at its core and continues to hire and grow remotely through this current pandemic.
We have been partnered with this company for a number of years and it is evident in the feedback from the engineers placed there that it is a great place to work, leaving at the end of the day with satisfaction that they are able to have a degree of autonomy in their roles.
The business is showing signs of huge growth at a time others are slowing down. They are conducting remote virtual interviews and onboarding remotely this month.
This position would be in a small but very talented team and offers any junior engineer a good challenge to grow and learn from others.
The experience we are looking for is;
- Java Server-side development experience
- Opportunity/Willingness to learn new technologies
My client appreciates the fact that not everyone would have worked with all of these technologies so applications welcome from candidates with a different technical background who have a willingness to adapt.
In return for your expertise, you would join an organisation that has rewarded its staff with lots of benefits.
Flexible working (2/3 Days Remote) - Remote working is a must right now but they are of the mindset that you will work where you are productive for the foreseeable future and that's why 3 days remote is a standard for all when COVID PASSES (if you want to work remotely that is!).
- Competitive salary
- Bonus (typically 10%)
- Pension Contributions
- Private Healthcare
For further information and a detailed discussion and an extended job specification please contact Gavin Stephens at Austin Fraser.
Austin Fraser is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.
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