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Software Engineer - Java

Job Description

Are you interested to work in the brand new centre of excellence for this globally established business?

Feel free to reach out to me directly on LinkedIn for a confidential discussion.

Benefits:

Salary £45,000 to £65,000
36 Days Holiday (including bank holidays)
Life cover
Private Medical/Dental
Certifications
Employee recognition
Guaranteed Bonus
Pension
Guaranteed pay rises
Emphasis on work life balance

Multiple Senior & Mid level Software Engineers are available

About the Software Engineer Roles
The engineering team work on an array of exciting in-house and cloud based projects covering areas such as electronic labels, patient and clinician facing applications, supply chain, software integration and various R&D initiatives. These applications are built using modern languages and frameworks such as C#, Java, Angular, Spring, Spring-boot, supported with cutting edge tooling such as JIRA and GITLab. We also offer various opportunities to work on cloud based projects such as AWS/Serverless and MS Power BI (Azure).

The Projects
You will be working in a product based environment focusing on quality of code across a variety of new features on products which are key to the life science industry. Much of what you will work on are classed as direct to patient projects covering areas such as supply chain management, pharmaceutical trials and patient facing software.


The Responsibilities
The key function of this role will be responsibility for leading and mentoring a team of Software Developers in the efficient and effective delivery of the Software Development Projects across a number of technology areas. They will provide technical expertise, leadership and mentoring for their team members through all phases of the project delivery, ensuring all our key stakeholders are kept informed and invested throughout the process.


Interested to hear more?
For more information on this role, or to have a confidential chat about your career, please speak with Ben Sidebotham or call on 02890 330 250.