This respected investment bank is looking for an experienced Java Developer to join their team.
Your new company
This respected investment bank is looking for an experienced Java Developer to join their team. The successful candidate will be joining a fast-paced innovative team and supporting in a major transformation project.
Starting as a 12 month contract, there will be opportunities for extension for high performing candidates.
Your new role
The successful candidate will join an innovative team responsible for supporting the delivery of key transformation programmes within the Global Markets domain. Working in an agile environment, you will be expected to bring deep Core Java Development expertise and exposure to some of the latest Java frameworks, including Spring and Camel.
You will be expected to be an excellent developer with a proven track record of working as part of a highly collaborative team, you will be expected the get involved in hands-on coding and mentor junior team members.
What you'll need to succeed
You should have a good understanding of software best practices and exposure to working in a Global Markets environment. Candidates should have deep hands on experience in Java Core Development and exposure to frameworks including Spring and Camel.
What you need to do now
If you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV, or call Juvina at Hays on +65 63030726 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for a confidential discussion. Referrals are welcome.
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