London, England, £60000 - £75000 per annum + bonus + benefits
Job Type: Permanent
Managed by: Java Team
Java Developer (Big Data Hadoop MongoDB Kafka SQL AWS). Utilise and develop your Java Developer and Big Data skills within a hugely successful online gaming company that have created an amazing working environment. Based in a fantastic central London location, you will be working in modern offices that have large breakout areas for collaboration, social spaces with table tennis, ping pong and free refreshments and quieter areas with laptops allowing you to take the time to focus on your work.
As a Java Developer you will be working alongside a friendly and talented team of developers who are passionate about data. You will be responsible for maintaining and developing new and existing pipelines for the company's Big Data platform whilst solving challenging technical problems within highly distributed event driven environments. Other day to day duties will include; handling server-side development of Google applications, contributing to code reviews and solution design, writing clear, efficient and well tested code and continually improving tools and processes used by the team.
Based in London, you will be part of a fun, friendly and relaxed work environment. As well as a competitive salary, you can enjoy a number of company perks including flexible working, fridges full of beer, wine and soft drinks, summer and Christmas parties, weekly socials and sports events.
*Strong Java development skills and ideally knowledge of other languages such as Scala
*Knowledge of Cloud technologies (AWS)
*Experience with Big Data and the Hadoop ecosystem
*Familiar with data technologies such as BigQuery, BigTable, MongoDB and Couchdb
*Experience developing technology to enable large scale data processing
*Advocate of Agile methodologies
*Excellent communication and collaboration skills
As a Java Developer (Big Data) you can expect to earn a competitive salary (up to £75k) plus bonus and benefits.
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