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Java Developer - Java, Docker, Microservices (Challenger Bank)

£70k-£100k

Java Developer - Java 8, Docker, Microservices (Challenger Bank)

The Company: Market leading Challenger Bank who have been dubbed as 'one of Europe's most exciting tech companies'. With over 6 Million active users, 350+ Million daily transactions, a market value of over $40 Billion and still looking to grow, this is a great opportunity for any technology enthusiast. They have recently moved into brand new offices in Canary Wharf and offer a top benefits package including biannual bonus, flexible working / work from home and free Deliveroo dinners!

The Role: The ideal Java Developer will enjoy working on large scale distributed systems and understand the importance of learning and working with the latest technologies. You will be heavily involved in devloping high quality and scalable code will an empahsis on speed and simplicity. Furthermore, you will be solving challenging technical problems to help to create a codebase that is elastic and able to be globally replicated. As a hard working team player, you will be excited about prospect of working within an innovative, fast paced startup!

Tech Stack: * Java 8 / Kotlin * Microservices * Docker / Kubernetes * TDD * AWS

Desireable: * Experience with open source develepment * Stream processing technology or query processing systems

Benefits: * Competitive salary * Biannual equity bonuses * Work on the latest tech * Work from home once a week * Pension plan * Private health insurance * Free dinners with Deliveroo * Fresh fruit and cereals * Juice, tea, coffee and soft drinks on tap * 29 days' holiday per year

Java Developer - Java 8, Docker, Microservices (Challenger Bank)

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