Developer – Glasgow – Associate

Location:Glasgow City
Job Type:Full Time

Due to ongoing investment and expansion at our award winning Glasgow Technology Centre, we have a number of new opportunities available for talented Java Developers. Located in the heart of Glasgow City Centre, our centre is one of 2 strategic, pure technology hubs globally at JP Morgan.

Our opportunities offer the chance to work on interesting challenges and projects, with what are truly cutting edge technologies.

Responsibilities include:
  • Delivery of software on time and on budget, based on original scope & requirements
  • Designing software and producing scalable and resilient technical designs
  • Digesting and understanding Business Requirements and designing new modules/functionality to meet those needs
  • Creating Automated Unit Tests using Flexible/Open Source Frameworks using a Test Driven Development approach
  • Partner with supporting tech leads to develop realistic and achievable project estimates
  • Analysis and build within Control, Stability, Resiliency, Capacity & Performance areas
  • Testing: Unit, SIT & UAT planning and management
  • Robust delivery of code into the production environment
  • Take part in decisions affecting long range organizational goals & strategic planning.
  • Proactively look to develop, implement and further development best practices across the group. The areas of focus should include, but not be limited to quality improvement, code reviews, code/architecture standards, code reuse, and reduction of support calls, technical documentation and technical design specifications

  • Relevant university degree, or equivalent work experience
  • Proven track record of application development experience
  • Confidence with Core Java
  • Java Frameworks i.e. Spring; Hibernate
  • Test Driven Development Skills
  • Exposure/ competence with Agile Development approach
  • Strong analytical and problem solving skills
  • Process analysis and design
  • Experience in the following technologies would be useful, however not essential: MQ/JMS, Web Services, Maven, Unix shell scripting