About Us

Java Source started with a very simple idea.

Businesses today struggle to find the Java skills they need – even though it’s the most popular programming language out there.

Developers have a huge choice of jobs, so how do they know the one they’re applying for is right for them?

By bringing together top Java jobs in one place, and understanding what every single client and candidate is searching for, we’re solving these two problems at once. 

Our Clients

Meet the team

You’ve found us: the team who will help make your next Java placement or career move.

Not only do we bring decades of experience to the table, we genuinely enjoy what we do. Every successful placement is a source of pride for us, and when you meet us, you’ll be able to tell.

In the same way you want to hand pick your own teams based upon their skills, knowledge and motivation to do a great job, we're just the same. Each member of Java Source is expected to deliver the quality of service they would want to receive themselves.

Reach out to us via our web profiles and/or get in contact with us directly by phone or social media.

Latest Jobs

Entry to Director level, permanent or interim…if it’s a Java job, you’ll find it here. We’ve curated the best opportunities for developers like you, from around the UK.
Salary: £30k - £40k DOE + Benefits Job Type: Permanent Category: Developers Region: North West
Salary: £60000 - £75000 per annum Job Type: Permanent Category: Developers Region: London
Salary: £70000 - £90000 per annum Job Type: Permanent Category: Developers Region: London
Salary: £40000 - £60000 per annum Job Type: Permanent Category: Developers Region: South

Blog

15.10.2018
The 12th instalment - what to expect from JDK 12
Things move fast in the world of Java and despite the fact that JDK 11 only arrived last month, work has already begun on the next instalment.
02.10.2018
Java 11 launches
The most anticipated release of the year is now upon us.
20.09.2018
The history of Java – how it made its way to the top
We take a look back to where things started, and take a look at how the language progressed over the years.