We are currently working with a client in Birmingham City Centre looking recruit a Java Developer on a contract basis.
The Insolvency Service is an Executive Agency of The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS). The service provides a range of important public services and enforcement activities associated with and arising from personal and corporate insolvency and corporate misconduct.
The Application Development Team is a diverse, highly collaborative Agile team who develop and maintain applications with the aim of providing easy to use reliable services for external and internal users.
Reporting to a lead developer, key responsibilities will include:
– Working alongside other members of the Development team to develop Web Applications and backend services in a range of technologies
– Supporting and enhancing existing applications
– Working closely with colleagues to share knowledge
You will have experience working as a professional software developer. You will be required to develop Spring-Boot/Camel based Java microservices based on existing IBM WebSphere modules to facilitate the re-architecting of our service platform and the removal of the WebSphere component.
– Significant experience developing software in Java – Java 8 Development
– Experience with the following technologies: o Spring Web Framework o Hibernate ORM o GIT, SVN or other source control systems
– Test Driven Development
– Trunk Based Development
– Querying and updating databases from code
– Experience or a good understanding of Agile software development principles Desired Skills/Experience:
– Apache Camel Integration Framework
– RabbitMQ Messaging Platform
– Spring Hibernate
– HTML, CSS
– Code based database migration
– Relational databases (SQL Server, PostgreSQL, etc.)
Recent and good experience in the following (top 3 or 4 being the most important): –
– Java 8 (or above)
– Apache Camel
– Spring Framework
– Micro services
– Agile Scrum
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