Java Software Engineer, Cambridge, Adzuna

Published 2022-08-05
Expires 2022-09-05
ID #1116739191
Java Software Engineer, Cambridge, Adzuna
United Kingdom, Cambridgeshire, Cambridge,
Published August 5, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Java software engineer
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Position Type : Full time Type Of Hire : Experienced (relevant combo of work and education) Education Desired : Bachelor of Computer Engineering Travel Percentage : 0% We are FIS. Our technology powers the world’s economy and our teams bring innovation to life. We champion diversity to deliver the best products and solutions for our colleagues, clients and communities. If you’re ready to start learning, growing and making an impact with a career in fintech, we’d like to know: Are you FIS? About the role: You will join one of our cross-functional teams containing developers, testers, product owners and a scrum master. As an SE II in the team, you will have a voice in SDLC activities. You will draw on your substantial experience and technical knowledge to take on analysis, design and coding problems. You’ll enjoy helping other engineers in the team, follow best practices, and pair with people to solve problems if they get stuck. About the team: You will be working on one of the largest-by-volume global payment platforms in the world, focussing intensively on robustness, security, and capacity that can process over 800 transactions every second and exceeding 10 million successful payments every day. With a large international 24/7 customer base, this role requires developers with high levels of diligence and an eye for detail. Our engineers conscientiously code, thoroughly test and reliably deliver the requirements of our always-on business. We anticipate a hybrid working style in the future with excellent remote working tools, and scheduled time in the office to collaborate on those activities best done in person, usually in front of a whiteboard What you will be doing: Develop changes in Java and SQL and PLSQL to an ecommerce payments gateway operated by Worldpay/FIS, and payment microservices. Work with product managers, system architects, and internal business teams to define system requirements. Help to write technical specifications based on requirements. Work as part of an Agile team to break down and estimate tasks. Develop new features following the documented SDLC and ensure they work as expected in the production environments. Help ensure that the support and operations engineers have the knowledge and tools needed to deliver the service to our customers Periodic availability outside normal office hours for support of release deployment. Currently we release every few weeks and have a rota. What you will need: Experience delivering software in an industry where precision is critical Experience of working with product managers, system architects, and internal business teams to define system requirements, ideally with some exposure to card payment processing Experience delivering software to solve complex business problems Java knowledge Ability to write code interacting effectively with large databases Database systems knowledge ideally SQL-based Oracle, or similar Experience with very large code bases and version control systems Experience with linux as a development and production environment Experience of incorporating secure coding standards into development practices Added bonus if you have: Knowledge of broader financial services industry, alternative payment types, etc. Familiarity with agile frameworks and methodologies (Scrum, Kanban, SAFe), and knowledge of their various advantages and pitfalls Experience with AWS cloud technologies and design patterns Knowledge of enterprise compute, storage, and networking technologies What we offer you: A career at FIS is more than just a job. It’s the change to shape the future of fintech. At FIS, we offer you: A voice in the future of fintech Always-on learning and development Collaborative work environment Opportunities to give back Competitive salary and benefits LI-AB1 LI-Hybrid Privacy Statement FIS is committed to protecting the privacy and security of all personal information that we process in order to provide services to our clients. For specific information on how FIS protects personal information online, please see the Online Privacy Notice. Sourcing Model Recruitment at FIS works primarily on a direct sourcing model; a relatively small portion of our hiring is through recruitment agencies. FIS does not accept resumes from recruitment agencies which are not on the preferred supplier list and is not responsible for any related fees for resumes submitted to job postings, our employees, or any other part of our company. pridepass

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