BPM / Java Developer, Jobs, Berkshire, Reading, 739

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BPM / Java Developer - Reading

Competitive daily rate - Information Technology - Software Development
Ref: 739 Date Posted: Tuesday 07 Aug 2018
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BPM / Java Developer


Competitive daily rate & opportunity for long-term contract

** Given the nature of the project, applicants will ideally hold an active SC Clearance or be eligible **

SceneOne's client, a multi-national IT consultancy, are seeking a talented BPM / Java Developer to join their team working on a high-profile public sector project.

This is a unique development opportunity to work on a Microservice Based Large Scale Architecture with an innovative market leader. They require a Senior Java developer with strong OO and BPM experience to develop new features for their portfolio of J2EE products. You will join a team that prides itself on collaboration and engineering the best possible Java J2EE code.

Skills & experience required for the BPM / Java Developer role:

  • Hands-on experience with large scale java j2ee ecommerce projects.
  • Experience of working with BPM open source (Activiti)
  • Experience in large scale integration projects involving messaging, web-services and distributed systems.
  • Extensive experience with web-services - (SOAP and RESTful)
  • Extensive experience with testing frameworks like JUnit, Mockito, Powermock, JMock, DBUnit.
  • Agile development methods – Scrum, Kanban, TDD, BDD etc
  • Extensive experience of Continuous Integration methodologies – Maven, GIT, Jenkins, SonarQube
  • Excellent experience of working with Apache Camel

To apply for the BPM / Java Developer role, please send your up to date CV following the ‘Apply’ link