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Java Developer - Scientific Software
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Recruiter: Client Server
Listed on: 28th January
Location: London
Salary/Rate: £30,000 - £40,000
Type: Permanent
Start Date:
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Contact Name: Java Team

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Java Developer / Software Engineer (Mathematics / Science / Modelling PhD). Want a technically challenging and stimulating role working in an informal, collegiate atmosphere within a stimulating R&D environment with flexible hours and casual dress code (core hours are 1030-1530 flexitime, 37.5 hours)?

Market leading software house that supplies advanced process simulation, modelling and optimisation software for the process industries (power, biochemical and pharmaceutical) is seeking a "scientifically minded" Java Developer to join their expanding team in West London.

As a Java Developer you will work across the full development lifecycle to design and develop new features and enhancements to improve a very complex integrated modelling user interface as well as maintaining and improving numerical solvers and high-performance computer algorithms at the brink of science and engineering knowledge.

Requirements for Java Developer:
*Strong Object Orientated Java development skills
*Experience of developing desktop GUI applications using Swing
*Familiar with web development technologies (e.g. JavaScript, HTML5, REST
*Familiar with modern software development practices such as Agile, TDD, Continuous Integration systems
*Excellent academics - min 2.1 degree and good A-levels (over 50% of staff have a PhD), thorough understanding of the fundamentals of computing

As a Java Developer you can expect to earn a highly competitive salary (to £40k), 26 days holiday, plus bonus and benefits including pension and health insurance.

Send your CV now or call [Telephone number removed] for an informal discussion about this Java Developer opportunity.