Java Developer with Oracle ADF and PL/SQL
Are you a Java Developer looking for your next challenge? Are you interested in working for one of the UK's most recognised names in a fast and evolving environment? In return you will receive fantastic opportunities for growth and reward.
Our client is a leading name in its industry both in the UK and worldwide, currently with an opportunity for a Java Developer. Based a short walk away from Watford Junction station, they are easily accessible by both car and rail.
This is a hands on development role where you'll be working across a large suite of applications which are hosted across multiple geographies. You will be using the SAFe methodology and leveraging DevOps tools to implement changes quickly and efficiently into production. You'll be a key player within the design and development of the MOM Suite applications.
You will hold some of the following skills and experience to be successful in the role.
- Strong development/design experience with (Java, ADF), PL/SQL, Pro C (multi-threading), Shell Scripting and Performing Code tuning
- Experience with a range of DevOps tools including JIRA, Confluence
- Strong functional understanding of the following DevOps capabilities: Continuous Integration, Continuous Testing, Continuous Delivery,
- Solid knowledge of the software development lifecycle.
- Experience generating Value stream Maps. (advantageous)
- Experience within scrum/agile teams (advantageous)
- Ability to mentor / lead highly technical teams (code reviews, best practice)
A full role description is available and please call Rebekah if there are any aspects of the role you are keen to discuss. Further details on our client's great benefits and rewards package are also available on request.
We are an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion/belief, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnerships, pregnancy or maternity or age
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