Job Title: Senior Digital Java Developer
Location: Manchester and Blackpool
Duration: 12 Months
Maximum Day Rate: £500- £625
Contact Details: Lewis Ashcroft - Phone: 01772 208962
Are you an experienced Senior Digital Java Developer ready to take on a critical role in an agile delivery team? We are currently seeking two talented individuals to join our team and contribute to the delivery of essential applications (Remittance, Payment Dates) as part of the AME Payments team. This role is crucial in supporting the DWP Strategy/ARA and preventing delays in service delivery.
Summary of the Role and Key Responsibilities:
As a Senior Software Engineer, you will play a pivotal role in progressing work on our agile delivery team. The Remittance and Payment Dates applications are vital components of AME Payments, and your expertise is essential in ensuring the successful delivery of the DWP Strategy/ARA. Your responsibilities will include:
- Leading the development of critical applications (Remittance, Payment Dates).
- Collaborating with the agile delivery team to meet project goals.
- Bolstering the capacity and capability within the team, improving overall skill sets to prevent additional costs and technical debt.
Technical Skills Required:
Priority will be given to candidates with the following key criteria:
- Very Strong NodeJs skills.
- Strong knowledge of Software Design Patterns.
- Strong understanding and experience of Database technologies, particularly Mongo DB.
- Strong understanding and experience of APIs, RESTful services, and Microservice Architectures.
Knowledge and Experience Required:
- Previous experience of working for a government department.
Other Skills (Nice-to-Have):
- Good understanding of CI/CD and Gitlab Pipelines.
- An understanding of AWS Infrastructure and Terraform.
If you are a skilled Senior Digital Java Developer with a passion for delivering critical applications and contributing to government initiatives, please contact Lewis Ashcroft at 01772 208962 to discuss this exciting opportunity further.