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Junior Full Stack Developer

Junior Full Stack Developer - Leicester

Competitive Salary plus bonus

The Company:

Our client is a successful and expanding trusted supplier of technology to the financial services industry and has a flat structure and employs many talented people who all work together.

They are looking for a candidate who is able to fit into this structure and communicate with both business people and the development team.

The Role:

The successful Junior Full Stack Developer will be working as part of the Front-End Development Team, developing applications for a variety of clients.

An Agile approach to software development is used and the successful candidate will be a crucial part of the life-cycle.

The successful candidate will be working alongside a variety of developers on the company's flagship product.

You will be a problem solver who can work within a team and meet tight deadlines & have great communication skills.

You will have a computer science or IT degree and commercial Java experience, proven experience of SQL, html, CSS and OO Design skills.

Requirements for Junior Full Stack Developer: degree in computer science or IT, Java, SQL

Key Skills: degree in computer science or IT, Java, SQL

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