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Software Engineer - Java - Spring - AWS - FTSE 100 Banking Client

£60000 - £100000/annum + BENEFITS

St Pancras, London, England

Work on a greenfield project to create a next generation banking platform with a software startup for a FTSE 100 Banking Client, lead by the former CEO of a FTSE 100 company. They are located in the vibrant Kingand#39;s Cross Hub (may move in November to Victoria). The Platform Tech Stack:
Java 8 AWS infrastructure AWS services Open Source frameworks used on the Front End (Reac. Redux) Delivery follows large scale scum methodology with automated test suites (being built) using tools such as Appium, Selenium, and Cucumber. Requirements:
Sold experience building and operating distributed cloud-based microservices Experience building cloud-based solutions, preferably on AWS Deep understanding of Java 8 and frameworks ie Spring, Spring Boot, Spring Security, etc. Experience of Continuous Integratio. Continuous Delivery Desirables:
Experience with REST - building RESTful API. GraphQ.gRPC Experience with SQL databases eg MySQL or PostgreSQL Experience with creating web apps with OpenSource tech ie JavaScript framework.iOS and Android Desirable Experience:
Experience working on large scale system.component.projects in the past Experience working on full life cycle of projects Experience with Agil. Scrum delivery, TDD, etc. Experience with financial services companies Engineers needed from mid-level to Architec. Leadership level. APPLICANTS MUST BE ABLE TO WORK IN THE UK

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