Full Stack Java Developer

  • Location

    London, England

  • Sector:

    IT

  • Job type:

    Contract

  • Salary:

    £450.00 - £600.00 per day

  • Contact:

    Experis UK

  • Contact email:

    Ellie.Bass@experis.co.uk

  • Job ref:

    12915_1597676151

  • Published:

    about 1 month ago

  • Expiry date:

    2020-08-23

Our Central Government client are looking for an experienced Full Stack Java Developer.


A Full-Stack Java Developer is required to develop a microservice. It is expected that the MVP will be launched in December 2020.

This involves implementing new functionality and working closely in a small squad, sharing knowledge, pair programming and developing the understanding of the application within the current team.

The Full Stack Java Developer will use open source and cloud technologies such as:
- Cloud Hosting (AWS)
- Appreciation of RESTful APIs and complex systems integrations
- Source Control: GitHub
- Working 'Agile' (using Scrum) in a pair programming environment


You'll be expected to work with the following:

  • Scrum Master, Service Managers (Product Owners) and Team (incl. BAs, Test Lead, Front End and Full Stack Developers, Ops)
  • Stakeholders such as:
    - Revalidation administrators
    - Business Managers and subject experts
    - Others involved in the education and training of the multi professional healthcare workforce
    - Other squads in the wider team

Key Skills/Experience

  • Java 8/11
  • Maven/Gradle
  • Spring/Spring Boot
  • Docker, AWS, DevOps
  • Junit, Mockito
  • MySQL
  • Camel
  • Experience of an Agile/Scrum environment and being able to apply the Agile philosophy to your day-to-day work
  • Teaching, knowledge transfer and pair-programming
  • Angular 9 experience
  • Knowledge of web services/REST and microservices

Full Stack Java Developer, Developer, Java, Java 8, Java 11, Maven, Gradle, Spring/Spring Boot, Docker, AWS, DevOps, Junit, Mockito, MySQL, Camel, Agile, Scrum, Pair-programming, Angular 9 experience, Web services, REST, Microservices, Government, Public Sector