Mid-level Java Developer (Remote in the UK) (Filled/Closed)

Location London
Discipline: Backend Engineer
Published: about 1 month ago

Java Developer (Remote from UK)

As a mid-level Java developer, there are a lot of roles available to you. You however are looking for a role that is really going to stretch you as you grow into a senior developer. This is that role. The company builds software that delivers the world’s most-watched sporting events to users on a subscription basis in real-time. They have had at points over a million concurrent users and they work closely with teams at Amazon to help them further understand the limitations of existing AWS infrastructure and to build the next generation. 

In this business where they hire only strong distributed systems engineers there exists one team who is even more demanding. 

Known as the “Core Team” they are currently hiring. Their standards are exacting and they want engineers who not only solve problems but rather engineers who realise problems and solve them before they are problems. As one of those engineers, you have excellent distributed systems theory but you also have a knack for creating software solutions. You are confident in your own abilities but you are not arrogant. You know you still have stuff to learn but you pride yourself on your ability to learn quickly. 

Key Skills to be considered; 

  • Java 11 

  • AWS 

  • Microservices 

  • Distributed systems

  • Real-time software development. 

You probably have at least 5 years of building software experience but if you have less and think you can hack it get in touch anyway. 

If you want to test your mettle with some of the best engineers in London this is your opportunity. Whilst their standards are exacting their team is run by a warm and friendly engineering manager and they have a culture of excellence they also believe in helping each other be better. If this sounds like your next challenge then send me your CV if you have one or just drop me a message as to why you are a good fit if you don’t have one yet.