Software Developer (Java/Python, Load Balancer API) - Glasgow - Technojobs

Software Developer (Java/Python, Load Balancer API)


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Recruiter

Huxley

Listed on

3rd November 2023

Location

Glasgow

Salary/Rate

£600 - £650

Type

Contract

Start Date

27/11/2023

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Role: Software Developer (Java/Python, Load Balancer API)

Industry: Banking

Rate: Up to 650pd via Umbrella

Duration: 12 months initially

Application closing date: 06/11/2023

Location and working policy: Glasgow, 2/3 days in office

Requirements: Java, Python, Web API, Rest API, Hibernate, DB2, JSON, XMLA bank are looking for a contract Software Developer via umbrella to work on an API that provides internal customers with access to self service load balancers.RequirementsJava and/or Python development experience (Hibernate talks to DB2, JSON and XML)Microservices architectureNice to have - not essentialPython development for automation - (if you have no experience, you'll need to be happy to pick this up and become proficient)Experience with load balancers/network infrastructureThis is a great chance to join a high-performing team, share new ideas and develop your skill-set.Applications will be reviewed daily, the client are hiring for an ASAP start date. If you have not heard within 48 hours, please presume you have been unsuccessful.Please click here to find out more about our Key Information Documents. Please note that the documents provided contain generic information. If we are successful in finding you an assignment, you will receive a Key Information Document which will be specific to the vendor set-up you have chosen and your placement.To find out more about Huxley, please visit www.huxley.com Huxley, a trading division of SThree Partnership LLP is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy | Registered office | 1st Floor, 75 King William Street, London, EC4N 7BE, United Kingdom | Partnership Number | OC387148 England and Wales

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