Java Developer


Posted: 25/11/2016


Java Developer, Central London - £40k to £50k
An experienced Java Developer, ideally with some experience, is required for a large digital system transformation programme being undertaken by one of the foremost specialist museums in Central London.
This organisation, established for over two centuries, is undergoing an extensive digital change programme in order to allow them to engage more directly and effectively with the public. They are making major investments in their physical and technical infrastructure in order to transform the way they engage with current and future audiences.
They are looking for an experienced Java developer, ideally with experience, to join the team in Central London to produce good quality code within a collaborative development team environment

Skills & Experience

  • Java
  • Java Swing
  • SQLServer or MySQL
  • Messaging architecture such as Open MQ or Rabbit
  • Computer Science (or equivalent) degree
  • An aptitude to think creatively and innovate with technology

Ideally you will also be able to demonstrate

  • Experience of working in different development environments/frameworks
  • Git or Source control experience
  • Familiarity with multi-threaded applications
  • Some experience/understanding with languages such as C, C++, Python or Ruby

You must also have excellent communication skills, both written and spoken, in English, and an ability to summarise technical scenarios into an understandable explanation.
This is an excellent opportunity to join a highly motivated and talented development team in a development environment where Java and Ruby predominate. You will be working with a truly visionary Development Director with a background in Computer Science and AI and a history of building teams that deliver cutting edge systems using the latest technologies.
If you love coding, want to work with quality people and be proud of what you do, get in touch and Get Involved!

McGregor Boyall is an equal opportunity employer and do not discriminate based on race, religion, gender, age, sexuality, gender identification, or physical ability.