Java Software Engineer x2
London (in office)
Do you want to help millions of people and protect them from falling victim to fraudulent activity? Are you someone who wants to have some fun while making a difference? Come join us as a Java Engineer, as we stand side by side in the fight against fraud.
The role sits within our Payments & Economic Crime Prevention value stream, part of our Group Transformation division. Your role will focus on supporting the development and maintenance of anti-fraud software, mainly using Java. This is a great role if you want to:
Help and support the prevention of crime against many vulnerable people in the UK. The work we do in this area really matters and improves the lives of our customers.
Join an engineering function with a great support network.
Be involved in our move to Cloud.
As a Java Engineer, you’ll support the development and delivery of our Java based Springboot Microservices.
You will work within a Software Engineering team embedded into the PECP Lab of multidisciplinary staff, to create the best outcomes for our 30 million customers.
You will be empowered to support the design and development of solutions that face into the constantly evolving needs of our customers and collaborate with others to make them a reality.
Specific responsibilities might include:
To produce good quality, well tested and robust code using Java
Support the maintenance & improvement of existing software
Support the development of API’s and Microservices
Work alongside other skilled engineers
Support the identification of opportunities to automate and simplify
To play a part in our Agile engineering practices & ceremonies
We’re also making the move to cloud and you’ll get the opportunity to be involved in building this.
As this is an entry level role, we are open to people who come from a variety of backgrounds; however, you do need to have pre-existing software engineering experience, either commercial or via a degree/course and some commercial experience.
To be considered for the role, you must be able to show demonstrable experience and provide examples of the following in your CV:
Software Engineering background, either a degree or course followed by some commercial experience, or we usually find these roles suit people with up to 5 years pure commercial experience with no prior degree.
Skill coding in Java.
Any exposure to Springboot Microservices or API’s would be helpful but not required as we can teach this in role as long as your Java skills are to a suitable level.
Good all-around knowledge of the software development lifecycle, ideally within a modern Agile engineering function.
Good communication & teamwork skills.
Salary: £40k - £67k
About Lloyds Banking Group
We are a financial services group focused on retail and commercial customers – with millions of customers in the UK, and a presence in nearly every community.
It is our role to help businesses and individuals, while making a positive contribution to the communities in which we operate.