City of London, London
£550 - £650 per day
9 months ago
Senior Java Analyst Developer
This is an exciting new opportunity with my client who are a leading Bank based in City of London seeking a Senior Java Analyst Developer with strong experience with Java 8 analytical design and development. You will be responsible for delivery and maintenance of the internal system encompassing risk, payments, lending and customer data.
The Developer will come from a Banking/Finance background with front to back polyglot development skills delivered large scale real-time, high-concurrency, Greenfield/Brownfield software projects.
My client is not looking for a typical Developer but someone who use their own iniative's to work with Agile transformation lead. You will help shape, architect and deliver a technical POC around the replacement of a legacy System based on AS400/iSeries to new tech stack.
- Follow cross functional development best practices, including functional and non-functional Analysis, application architecture, design, coding, Unit testing, Technical Documentation.
- Be able to function in a culture of Agile development (Scrum, Kanban, Amigos, Sprints, Demos)
- Be able to write Agile stories using techniques such as BDD/Gherkin
- Document solutions with visual impact (Visio and PowerPoint or Word)
- Work with the Atlassian suite of Tools (JIRA, Confluence, Bucket is a must)
- Java 8
- SQL (DBS/SQL Server)
- Microservice/ Restful API's using e.g. Docker/Kubernetes/Openshift/Eks
- Test Automation (Cucumber/Selenium)
- Knowledge IBMi RPG and IBM DB2 is a bonus
- Knowledge of non-relational databases is a bonus
- Cloud SaaS/PaaS is a bonus
- Technical Agile environment (Build tools, Static/Dynamic code analysis, CI/CD, Jenkins/TeamCity)
- Be comfortable challenging and influencing stakeholders including the Senior Management.
- Be able to provide an independent view and have the courage to express it with respect.
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
*Candidates applying for this role must be permanent residents in the UK*