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14th Oct

Back End Java Developer

— Public Sector - "Outside" IR35

Location:
London + 1 day remote (min)
Type:
Salary:
Up to £600 p/day
  • Back-End Java Developer - London.
  • Public Sector - Outside IR35.
  • Cloud Technologies.

ADLIB is looking for a Back-End Java Developer to work on an outcomes-based contract at our Public Sector Client. The initial contract will be 6 months and has been deemed "outside" of IR35.

What you'll be doing

Creating a bi-directional interface between 2 systems. Reviewing the existing software, then designing & developing a new system based on the optimal solution (microservices).

What experience you'll need to apply for this role

  • Java, Spring, Spring Boot (Expert).
  • Linux, Docker, Cloud Platforms (Advanced).
  • MySQL, NoSQL (Advanced).
  • Microservices (Advantageous). 

What you'll get in return for your experience

The daily rate is negotiable £600 p/day is given as guidance - However, all quotes from suitable candidates will be considered. 

What's next?

Please apply with your most up-to-date CV and I will be in touch to discuss further.
 

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