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Miniclip on the hunt for talent in the UK and Portugal

Miniclip on the hunt for talent in the UK and Portugal
Online games portal and mobile publisher Miniclip is currently seeking senior Java backend developers to work out of the company's offices in Lisbon and London.

The primiary responsibilities for the role include developing and managing the Java backend that runs Miniclip's flagship game, and improving the platform in terms of scalability and stability.

Naturally, candidates should have plenty of professional experience with Java, then; specifically server side experience.

The ideal applicant will also be able to boast a knowledge of performance optimisation, cloud computing and multiplayer, among other skills.

What's in it for me?

In return, Miniclip can offer laid back, open-plan offices and access to a dedicated gaming area. A generous benefits package and holiday package is also available for the right candidate.

It's important to note that all applicants should include examples of their work along with their CV, or a link to an online portfolio. Those who fail to do this will have their application disregarded.

So, for more information on the role in London or in Lisbon, and for a look at some of the other vacancies currently on offer in the industry, take a look at the PocketGamer.biz jobs board.
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PocketGamer.biz's news editor 2012-2013

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