Java Software Engineer - Digital Strategy

JP Morgan

Location: Greater London

Job Type: Full time

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As a member of the Engineering & Architecture group, you will work within the Developer Platforms function. Our goals are to enable 'Shift Left' by providing developer platforms to improve developer effectiveness. We are looking for an individual to join our growing team who is passionate about solving engineering problems and keen to impact the lives of 10,000's of software engineers. Key technologies used in the team include: Java, Spring Boot, Kafka.

You will be part of an agile team responsible for the development of key platform systems and tools which help improve the productivity of our firm-wide developer community. Within the role, you will collaborate across a wide variety of teams to deliver solutions aligned to our target technology stack. We operate in an environment with high levels of trust, collaboration and one that welcomes diversity of thought and approach to solving complex problems.

The skills and experience required for this role include:

  • Professional experience in Java & Spring Boot programming.
  • Experience or knowledge of messaging services (Kafka)
  • Understanding of good coding practices, code refactoring & test mocking.
  • Ability to apply a variety of testing practices to support our continuous delivery approach.
  • Comfortable working in a test driven approach.

The following skills are desirable but not essential. We look for candidates with a passion to work with:

  • Front end technologies - ideally React.
  • Previous experience or knowledge of IntelliJ
  • Understand how to apply event streaming and microservice patterns.
  • Knowledge or experience using private cloud (Kubernetes and Cloud Foundry)
  • Worked with at least one database solution, preferably OracleDB
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