Lead Java Developer - Reading - Google Tech - £75K in · Austin Fraser
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Lead Java Developer - Reading - Leading technology

Are you a Java Developer wanting to work with the latest tech in a partnership with one of the world's biggest brands?

Austin Fraser is representing an Reading based SME business who are in the digital preservation and data space. They are moving to Kubernetes in AWS and google cloud whilst reworking their architecture ready to scale up. As a senior/principal engineer you will have the chance to progress long term as succession planning is key to this organisation.

Following the pandemic they are offering the successful candidates 2 days in the office and 3 days remote a week but are fully remote for the foreseeable future.

This company is all about encouraging everyone to learn and develop with themselves. They grow year on year and show no signs of slowing down. As a company that is making real positive changes in the software world and these projects are offering interesting work within greenfield development with some great advanced tech.

The key attributes and experience we are looking for is;

- Strong Java Development skills

- Spring

- Microservices

- No SQL, Elasticsearch, MongoDB,Solr

- Docker

-Apache Kafka, RabbitMq

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.

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.

Austin Fraser is committed to being an equal opportunities employer, and encourages applications from candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, religion or belief, marital status, or pregnancy and maternity status.

Due to the volume of applications received, we are unable to provide individual feedback to unsuccessful applicants.