I.T. & Communications

Software Engineer

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At Pulselive we create experiences that sports fans can’t live without. We exist to unlock the power of sport through technology by uniting communities, entertaining, and inspiring people around the world.

Our work is dedicated to one of the most socially impactful activities on the planet – sport. As a technology company, we strive to provide equal access and enjoyment to every new and existing sports fan, the world over. We’re a team of highly talented and engaged creatives, engineers, product managers and researchers that collaborate to make this happen. This empowers us conceptualising, developing and managing digital platforms, reaching millions of sports fans every day; whether that’s the official Cricket World Cup website or the Premier League’s mobile apps.
Our team is over 120 strong, predominantly in the UK, with a number of offices including Australia, Spain and the United States.
About the role:
As a Software Engineer, you will have the opportunity to build solutions that engage millions of sports fans worldwide. You will be able to work with a wide range of data sources and providers from video, commentary to live sports data. You will progress your own skills and expertise along the way, sharing and learning new technologies and techniques across the team. At Pulselive, we pride ourselves on providing a collaborative environment that ensures we produce leading products across web and native applications.
A Java Developer at Pulselive is expected to be responsible for:
  • Producing back-end code to a high standard that not only functions correctly but can be understood and extended by other members of the team
  • Showing good attention to detail in the final product, taking care and pride in what is produced
  • Communicating clearly both technically and creatively, to ensure the best possible solutions are built
  • Tracking and communicating progress within a project across the project team, especially the Project/Product Manager
  • Managing code releases to internal environments (Dev, Test)
  • Developing own skills to get as many aspects of Java Development to an expert level, as possible
  • Sharing of ideas and techniques across the development team, contributing to and learning from the team as a whole

Skills Knowledge and Expertise

  • Java (essential)
  • Spring 4
  • JPA/Hibernate
  • Tomcat
  • Git usage and code management
  • JIRA usage for task/ticket management
  • Documenting solutions and code
  • Unit testing
  • Java 8
Nice to understanding:
  • SQL
  • Providing RESTful services
  • Using thrift or similar IDL
  • Zookeeper
  • AWS products
  • Javascript
  • Maven
  • Continuous Integration
  • Linux

– At Pulselive we truly value our team and have developed our approach to ensure you are not only rewarded for your contribution but have access to unique benefits along with a positive approach to wellness. We want to ensure that your career, health and well-being are of the utmost importance at all times.

  • Flexi-working
  • Bonus Scheme
  • Pension Scheme
  • Buy and Sell Annual Leave
  • Annual Wellness Contribution
  • Personal & Professional Development Days
  • Headspace License
  • Wellness Activities
  • Monthly Mobile Phone Contribution
  • Tickets to Sporting Events
  • Sony Group Discounts
  • Video Introduction
  • Talent Team Chat
  • Activity
  • Video Call with Team
  • Offer!

Java, Spring, HibernateJava, Spring, Hibernate, Apache Tomcat, Git, SQL, REST, AWS, JavaScript, Maven, Linux