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2415761 Java Developer
Title: 2415761 Java Developer
Category: IT/Software Development
Job type: Contract
Job status: Full Time
Salary: £40.00 - £60.00
Salary per: hour
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JAVA DEVELOPER / SOFTWARE DEVELOPER - 6 month Contract - Hourly Rates NEG

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Java Developer to work on a 6 month contract for a this Global Engineering company based in Stevenage.

You will be a creative and passionate Software Developer who is flexible, self-motivated and hard working to join their team.

This department is responsible for developing a data management framework product that is used to support avionics subsystem.

You will use your design, problem solving and software engineering skills to develop and integrate new functionality to their projects. You will be their main technical developer and provide support to the end user.


* Degree Level qualification in Computer Science, Software Engineering, Aerospace Engineering or related discipline

* You should have excellent experience using Java and have a working knowledge of Object Oriented analysis & Design (UML)

* Java2SE


* Practical knowledge of the Eclipse Modelling Framework (EMF)

Please Note: You will be required to apply for and receive a Basic Disclosure certificate prior the commencement of the contract.

Key words: Software Engineer, Developer, Software Developer, Java Developer, Java, Java2SE, Eclipse,

Please apply by sending your CV to or please call Becca Combe for more information on

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