Location UK / Belfast
Job Type Permanent full-time
Salary Not disclosed
Updated 2 days ago
Excellent opportunity for a Lead/Principal Java Engineer based in Belfast
Lead/Principal Java Engineer
As we continue to grow our Digital team in Belfast we’re searching for talented Lead/Principal Java Engineers to join us in our Innovation Hub where you’ll be working with the latest technologies (often before they’re even released) on some of the most exciting digital projects in Europe, guaranteed!
PA are an innovation and transformation consultancy that believes in the power of ingenuity to build a positive human future in a technology-driven world. Our diverse teams of experts combine innovative thinking with breakthrough technologies to progress further, faster.
With a global network of FTSE 100 and Fortune 500 clients, we offer you unrivalled opportunities for growth and the freedom to excel. Combining strategies, technologies and innovation, we turn complexity to opportunity and deliver enduring results, enabling you to build a lasting career.
Duties & Responsibilities
As a Lead/Principal Java Engineer, you’ll be leading a team or effort. We’ll be looking at you to set direction and take responsibility for successfully achieving an outcome or deliverable. You may have a team of people to support, be leading a development pod, or else you could be working across multiple pods, providing some centralised expertise necessary for a larger program of work:
Our extensive growth plans for our Innovation Hub make this a great opportunity for Lead/Principal Java Engineers to contribute and be part of our growing success, as well as allowing for continuous development of their already illustrious careers.
MVC, JDBC and RESTful
Knowledge of JVM, its limitations, weaknesses, and workarounds
Building tools such as Ant, Maven and Gradle
Using a range of technologies and libraries in the Java ecosystem
Experience working in an agile development team, and applying strong development practices
Experience in developing solutions in the cloud, using either AWS, Google Cloud Platform (GCP) or Microsoft Azure.
Experience in microservices architecture, including an understanding of containers and serverless implementation. This could include Kubernetes, Docker, OpenShift, AWS Lambda, Cloud Functions (GCP and Azure).
Education and Qualifications
We value experience, attitude and aptitude over qualification, but typically we see successful candidates in the role who have an honours degree in a STEM subject.
Closing date: Monday 20th May 2019