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Placing candidates into developer jobs is a key area for Amsource Technology. 

We work with both permanent and contract professionals with skills in Java and JEE along with associated frameworks and technologies such as Spring, SpringMVC and Hibernate . 

As expert Java Recruitment Agency specialists we understand the differences between requirements and a candidates skillset. 

This includes where specific design patterns are required, where and why multi-threading experience is a must and the difference between a Software Developer building an e-commerce web application as opposed to a Software Engineer building applications as part of a latest software product release.

We work with a variety of organisations where this programming language is at the heart of their IT technical infrastructure. 

Our clients include software services organisations, web agencies, consultancies, software product companies, ecommerce businesses, gaming organisations and financial services companies.

Please see below for our latest job vacancies, or register your CV or LinkedIn profile with us here.

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Latest jobs
Java Developer
  • Sector: Java
  • Location: Newcastle
  • Salary/Rate: up to £55,000
Description: Java Developer – Newcastle – Rapidly Growing Company Java Developer – Spring Boot /Microservices / DevOps / Cloud £55,000 My Client are one of the Fastest growing Companies in the UK and work on new, large-scale projects for some of some of the largest and most exciting companies in the UK. My client are looking for a number of Java...
Java Developer - Remote/ Flexibile Working Avail.
  • Sector: Java
  • Location: Manchester
  • Salary/Rate: £50,000 - £60,0000
Description: My client are a tech start up expanding into Manchester to continue development on their cloud based highly distributed SaaS platform. You will work as a member of their Manchester-based team, on a mix of software development tasks including creating new features, improving existing functionality, reviewing code and being a key...
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