Junior Integration Developer

Recruiter
Anonymous
Location
Birmingham
Salary
20000.00 - 40000.00 GBP Annual + GBP20000 - GBP40000/annum
Posted
19 Mar 2019
Closes
16 Apr 2019
Job Type
Graduate
Contract Type
Permanent
Our consultancy client in the Midlands are currently looking at growing their integration team substantially and as such are looking at adding a number of developers to their existing team at a variety of levels. You could be a recent graduate with a passion for integration or a seasoned Java developer with an interest in integration. There is a focus on Mulesoft and the client as a Mulesoft partner will put you through the Mulesoft certification if not already certified.

As an Integration Developer, you will be responsible for understanding and delivering quality integration software which meets best practices, designs and patterns through software engineering practices to deliver and support the expected requirements and tasks. These tasks could cover the need for developing an API Specification, an API Implementation, Integration Flows between various endpoints or a collection of Microservices. Use of defined API\Integration\Development Frameworks. Different testing methodologies for functional and non-functional needs (Performance and Security Testing).

You will have to an appreciation, knowledge and experience of developing and testing integrations with a variety of different endpoints, protocols and security policies. Experience and Knowledge of using Source Control repositories and configuring jobs in a Continuous Integration Tool is important. Supporting your code from start to live phases. As such, an ability to communicate with internal and external teams to support your delivery is important.

Due to the nature of the roles you will need experience with at least two of the following: Spring Framework, MuleSoft Anypoint Platform, Apache Camel, Node.js, API Specifications (Swagger\OpenAPI, RAML), API Managers (MuleSoft, Apigee, WSO2), Message Broker (ActiveMQ, RabbitMQ), Docker, Container Orchestrators (Kuberbetes, OpenShift), Public Cloud (AWS, Azure, Google Compute), Functional Programming frameworks (Lambda, ServerLess, Scala)