Rate: £30k - £55k per annum Location: Birmingham, West Midlands
EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY FOR A JAVA DEVELOPMENT MANAGER TO BE BASED IN BIRMINGHAM, WEST MIDLANDS! MODIS UK are currently recruiting for 5 x Java Development Manager to work permanently based in Birmingham, West Midlands. This is a rare opportunity to shape a team working with a wide variety of technologies establishing a new team in Birmingham. Although the primary programming language will be Java, the team will be responsible for the integration and QA of work from a variety of other teams, including hardware design and manufacture, graphic design, C++ game development, and operating system build. The client follows an Agile software development methodology and has a mix of standalone Java applications and J2EE web applications and make use of technologies/tools like Spring, Spring MVC, Hibernate, JBoss, Tomcat, Jasper Reports, MS SQLServer 2005/2008, SOAP, JMX, AJAX, JMS, ActiveMQ, Eclipse, Maven, Continuum, Team City, SVN, Fitnesse, selenium etc. The candidate must have very strong Java knowledge with production experience of multi-threading and collections framework. They should have also used Spring & Hibernate or any other ORM tools. Exposure to MS SQLServer is required. Good OO design skills, Agile background and strong unit testing/TDD skills will be an advantage. The candidate should also be willing to learn new technologies and disciplines. They are currently training its staff to use SCALA and other emerging programming languages and technologies such as WebGL. They should demonstrate technical leadership and good communication skills. The role requires a team player who can collaborate with the product team to capture requirements as User Stories, running iteration planning meetings and work effectively with their line manager, the divisional Development Manager, and the company's technology department to find the right technical solutions, along with the principal role of managing developers and QA on a daily basis.
|Rate:||£30k - £55k per annum|
|Location:||Birmingham, West Midlands|