Software Developer

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Cambridge University Biomedical Services has an excellent opportunity for a full stack Java web developer to join the team in the role of Software Developer for the Mouse Colony Management System (MCMS). The MCMS is a laboratory management database provided as Software as a Service to academic and commercial establishments that use Model Organisms (for example rodents) for scientific research. You will work as part of a small, closely knit, and busy team of Software Developers and User Support Engineers to develop new features and enhancements, while acquiring a sound understanding of the whole system to support and maintain the software. You will also work with client establishments and user focus groups to provide support with planning and development of necessary and requested changes within the software. The successful candidate will have full stack Java web development experience. In addition, the candidate will have experience with relational databases, preferably Oracle, and web development frameworks such as Spring. The role holder will work across the full software development lifecycle from scoping and prototyping to development, testing, release, and product support. Please see further information file for additional details of role.

Once an offer of employment has been accepted, the successful candidate will be required to undergo a security check.

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Further information regarding the position is available within the Further Particulars (link below). To discuss the position further please contact: the UBS recruitment team:

Please quote reference AQ30210 on your application and in any correspondence about this vacancy.

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