Development

Huxley's dedicated Developer team works closely with you to find your next tech job. Our goal is to find you the latest jobs for front-end, back-end, full-stack, mobile and embedded applications and more. Consultants provide recruitment services for permanent, contract, interim and retained jobs as well as a dedicated Contractor Care team to support with relevant payroll, time sheeting, and relocation requirements. 

Our consultants work across a wide range of industries, with companies of all sizes across the world. This ensures you have access to rewarding career opportunities, local expertise, and market advice for your region. The Developer team at Huxley work closely with you to understand your individual requirements and find the right technical and cultural fit to help you achieve success. 
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Algo Developer- Senior Java Developer
Salary: £50000 - £120000 per annum +
Location: London, London, England
Job Type: Permanent
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PPM Developer
Salary: £600 - £650 per day +
Location: City of London, London, England
Job Type: Contract
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Datawarehouse Developer
Salary: £50000 - £150000 per annum +
Location: London, London, England
Job Type: Permanent
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SQL Developer
Salary: £449 - £450 per day + -
Location: City of London, London, England
Job Type: Contract
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