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— Exciting Technology Company
- Exciting 6-month initial contract with likely extensions.
- Competitive Daily Rate.
- Java Development - Multithreaded/Concurrent Systems.
One of the UK's most successful software consultancies is looking for an experienced Java Developer that will work with a mixture of their prestigious clients. The role will primarily be based in their Bristol office conveniently located close to Temple Meads.
You will also have the opportunity to occasionally visit the Client's site.
What you'll be doing
Utilising your Java expertise on one or more high-profile projects in an organisation that is using modern dev techniques, automation, devops etc.
What experience you'll need to apply for this role
- Java Expert - Knowledge of Spring/Hibernate/JPA.
- Concurrent Systems.
What you'll get in return for your experience
A competitive daily rate of up to £500 p/day is available - extensions to the initial 6-month contract are highly probable.
Please apply to with your most up-to-date CV and I will be in touch to discuss further.
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