Scala Developer – new build! – Talent Point Jobs

£40000 - £80000 per annum
Jun 14, 2018
Jun 16, 2018
Contract Type
Full Time
Job Type

Brilliant opportunity for a Scala Developer to work on a truly revolutionary platform that will boast millions of users - you'll be coming in at a stage where you'll enjoy input and influence into the design of the product.

The team we're building is quickly gaining a reputation for being one of the strongest engineering teams in London.

The platform you'll work on is a new, low-latency, highly reliable build, meaning no legacy code to get bogged down in - we have loads of new features and initiatives kicking off you'll have the chance to own and run.

All coding will be Scala (Akka), with some Clojure if you wish. We're expecting some level of commercial experience with Scala.

We deploy all our own code, so you'll be fully involved with that utilising Ansible, TravisCI, Atlassian etc.

Super opportunity, huge range of benefits including bonus, pension, health, gym and more.

Talent Point is a Hiring Communications business, working as sole hiring partners with our customer. We've ripped up the rules and torn apart the job spec to give you total clarity and visibility, painting a vivid picture (approved twice, both at Line and C-level) of the way this company lives, breathes and behaves, and how your role will look over years not months. We present only three applicants for every vacancy so, where we do represent you, you have a very high chance of securing a role with pre-booked interview times to plan around, in-depth vacancy details and no delays. Are you ready to seriously invest in your progression? Let's design your future.

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