London, England, £55000 - £70000 per annum + share options
Job Type: Permanent
Managed by: Java Team
Backend Java Developer / Software Engineer (Ruby JVM Kotlin). Hyper-growth scale up is seeking a capable Backend Java Developer to support their strong pipeline of Greenfield development projects.
By using cutting-edge technology, the organisation helps global investment and business professionals connect to a dynamic network of industry experts and execution, across the world.
This Backend Java Developer role balances hands-on technical involvement with client-facing work, as you will build features across the ecosystem of products and services. You'll eliminate pain points to optimise workflows and enhance the intelligence and capability of their systems. As a Backend Java Developer you'll gain business-wide exposure, working with cross-functional teams across the whole software development lifecycle, and will see the impact of your work immediately. You'll work with a diverse, up-to-the-minute tech stack; predominantly Ruby, Kotlin and AWS with Java on the backend.
In this Backend Java Developer role you'll be based in spacious, open plan offices in the heart of the City where you can enjoy a casual dress code and a relaxed atmosphere. You'll work alongside a dynamic, highly intelligent team of individuals from the brightest graduates to industry innovators from companies such as Google and Amazon.
*You can write superb, technically-excellent code in a high level programming language like Java, Ruby, Python
*You're a passionate technologist and keen to expand your skills on new and emerging technologies like Kotlin on AWS
*You're a positive team player, willing to get stuck in and share knowledge with others
*You have good business acumen and an entrepreneurial nature
As a Backend Java Developer you will earn a highly competitive salary (to £70k) plus share options.
If you are interested in this Backend Java Developer / Software Engineer (Ruby JVM Kotlin) role, apply now or call today for a confidential discussion.