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Java Developer (Ref: 2677) – Senior and Mid Level – £60-80k


  • Job Title
  • Java Developer
  • Location
  • London (Zone 1)
  • Salary
  • £60-80k
  • Type
  • Permanent
  • Work From Home
  • Part

Technology Used


  • Java 8
  • AWS
  • Spring Boot
  • DropWizard
  • Microservices


  • Docker
  • Gradle
  • DevOps
  • Git
  • Puppet


  • Agile
  • Pair Programming
  • Scrum
  • Kanban
  • TDD / BDD
  • CI / CD


Must Have

  • Proficient with Java 8
  • BDD, test automation, CD, infrastructure as code
  • Care for writing clean, re-usable code
  • Experience working in agile teams


  • Passionate about tech and self-improvement
  • Highly distributed system / transactional payments system or availability / throughput systems
  • Architectural design


The role involves working within a highly collaborative cross-functional team of server and client developers, QAs and Product Managers, building and maintaining the server side component of a cloud-hosted, multi-tenancy transport ticket sales service.

You will handle continuous flow of data which presents a number of very interesting challenges in how you store it, search it and visualise it. The help you will give to their customers to understand the data better will lead to highly visible changes to transit networks across the globe and how people travel each day.

If you like using a modern stack and solving challenges around scalability, distributed systems or high throughput systems then this could be a great opportunity for you.


They are THE global leader in mobile ticketing for transportation and they believe that mobile technology can impact people’s lives in a real, tangible way. Their mobile ticketing and innovative fare collection solutions already process over $110,000,000 per year and handle millions of connections per day across the globe including big cities such as London, New York, Boston, Athens, Los Angeles and more.

They are currently at ~90 people so there is a still a”tech startup” feel about working there, however, they are doing big/important things – they regularly compete and win against the likes of Accenture, IBM etc, – so the opportunity to have a huge impact on a global product really exists.

They have hack days 6 times a year, mostly for fun, to learn, and to prototype cool ideas that might help their customers. They come together every 2 weeks to celebrate success and share knowledge. At least once per quarter they all get out and do something fun. Recent events include Lazer Quest, Escape the Room, Dodge Ball and Go-Karting.

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