About Barclays

A British multinational investment bank and financial services company, Barclays PLC’s ancestry traces back to two goldsmith bankers, John Freame and Thomas Gould, who were doing business in Lombard Street, London in 1690. James Barclay, after whom the Bank is named, became a partner in the business

Barclays is hiring for the role of Software Engineer!

Responsibilities of the Candidate :

Understand the various phases of the software development lifecycle.

Undertake impact assessment of change requests against applications / products within domain.

Create/Review component designs & builds to ensure compatibility with the end-to-end system design.

Create/Review test strategies to guarantee the quality of the delivered system, and assist in the diagnosis of system problems encountered during testing.

Collaborate with other component design and build teams, ensuring that end-to-end system design is followed.

Ensure that technical engineering quality standards/benchmarks are met, taking remedial action where there are quality shortfalls.

Complete technically-complex assignment work to budget, time, and quality requirements.

Document all work by agreed standards, and with re-use in mind

Identify the development needs of staff in the system engineering component team and assist them in addressing their development needs through guidance and coaching.

Contribute to the operational objectives of the wider team and support any organizational transformation initiatives.

Evaluate and review emerging system engineering methods, tools and standards. Look for ways to apply as appropriate.

Identify own development needs and proactively drive development of own capability, using all available means, to achieve world-class standards.


Qualification – engineering graduate

Working experience in creating API specifications using OAS Experience of working on Cloud platforms – AWS

OpenshiftV3 Good knowledge of Microservices architecture, service mesh/discovery

Design Patterns DevOps – Stash, Jenkins, Nexus, Confluence, Sonarqube, Openshift