Senior Java Developer - Android experience

Ref No. EMP456430
Salary £50,000 - £65,000/annum
Location Chertsey, England
Job type Permanent
Job Status Applicants Required


Role - Senior Java Developer
Location - Chertsey, Surrey
Contract - 11 Month FTC
Salary - £50k to £65k
Start - ASAP


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The Job

Role - Senior Java Developer
Location - Chertsey, Surrey
Contract - 11 Month FTC
Salary - £50k to £65k
Start - ASAP

An international consumer giant are on the lookout for 2 Java Developers to join their development team involved in new feature development to be used in the company's in-store solution suite. The role will focus on the development and maintenance of in store android app solution suite and will include the below tasks.

What skills and experience do you need?
*Spring framework
*Experience with Android app development
*Strong Java skills
*Skilled in HTML, CSS and Javascript, SQLite

Desirable experience -
*Experience with JIRA or other project tracking software
*Experience with Android app development including back-end web applications
*5+ years or equivalent native Android development of high traffic apps
*Strong Java skills
*Experience with Git and continuous integration (e.g. Jenkins, Cruise Control)

If you are interested in the role please apply through the advert and I will be in touch to discuss in more detail.

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