ESB Developer (Enterprise Service Bus / XML / Java / Websphere / IIB)


£450 - £550 a day

ESB Developer (Enterprise Service Bus / XML / Java / Websphere / IIB)


Are you an experienced ESB Developer (Enterprise Service Bus / XML / Java / Websphere / IIB) who would like to work on a new exciting/large scale project? If so, don’t hesitate to apply for the following position.

The successful ESB Developer (Enterprise Service Bus / XML / Java / Websphere / IIB) will have responsibility for the design of the Enterprise Service Bus and associated service components. You will be responsible for all technical aspects of software development of the assigned IIB applications, write code and perform testing of the configuration, APIs and the associated automation.

You will have general responsible for the design, development, troubleshooting, modification and deployment of the IIB suite.


Hands on experience with IIB suite of products; IBM DataPower Gateway Appliances, IBM Application Integration Suite & IBM API Connect Professional Cloud (CastIron)
In depth understanding of IBM Integration Bus, Websphere MQ, and the various connectors.
.Net, XML, XSLT, JavaScript, Java, JSON or equivalent skills relevant to the IBM Integration suite
Excellent knowledge of Java and open source technologies and frameworks, using Object Oriented development and design patterns that are optimised for the enterprise
Solid understanding of RESTful API development and JSON
Good awareness of Dev Ops - including Continuous Integration and Delivery using agile Configuration Management, Environment Management, Release Management practices
Will be able to demonstrate at least a basic understanding of mobile application deployment strategies and authentication standards

Reference: *AMC*NMO/ESBD017

Location: London

Type: Contract (4 months initially)

Salary: £450 Per Day - £550 Per Day

Contact: Neil Mone

Telephone: 020 7780 6706

Email: [email protected]

Reference: *AMC*NMO/ESBD017. To apply for this vacancy: email Neil Mone

Posted by Anson McCade, 17 Feb