A.C. Coy

Java Developer I

US-PA-Murrysville
2 weeks ago
Job ID
2017-17607
# of Openings
1
Category
Information Technology

Overview

Our client, a leader in the health care industry, is actively seeking a Java Developer for a 7 month contract assignment in the Monroeville, PA area. This role will responsible for writing Enterprise Java Applications. Our client is seeking candidates with exceptional knowledge of object-oriented design, including design patterns. 

Responsibilities

  • Motivated, Hard Working, detail oriented, deadline and quality driven individual to develop a cloud based Enterprise Application in an Agile development environment.
  • Applicants should have experience writing Enterprise Java Applications using Microservices / Service Oriented Architecture and REST.
  • One of the key qualities of the applicant should be to train-on and apply new technologies to solve difficult problems. 

Qualifications

  • Five (5) years or more professional experience building Enterprise applications using Java. 
  • Demonstrable experience and fluency with Spring Framework (Spring-Boot preferred). 
  • Strong experience in creating Restful web services. 
  • Experience with Java testing frameworks (Junit/Mocks etc). 
  • Experience with any RDBMS or NoSQL databases. 
  • Experience with and understanding of Git 
  • Experience working in Scrum agile environment. 



Bonus Points 

  • Experience developing cloud based systems (AWS or equivalent). 
  • Experience with Build Management & Continuous Integration systems (TeamCity or equivalent) 
  • Experience with Messaging System (RabbitMQ or equivalent) 
  • Experience developing multi-threaded applications 
  • Experience in using code analysis and profiling tools. 
  • Experience with Test Automation using Behavioral Driven Development (BDD) 
  • Experience developing Angular JS applications. 
  • Health-care development background 

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