• Java Developer*

    Job Locations US-Washington DC
    # of Openings
    2
    Category
    Information Technology
  • Overview

    Java Developer 

    Location:  Rockville, MD

    Long Term Contract ( Min 2 years)

     

    US Citizen, Green Card , GC-EAD and H1B

    In-Person Interview Mandatory

     

    Overview:

    The work supports The VA Financial Services Center and will focus on claims processing. CMS, VA, and/or claims experience a big plus. Work will be done 100% on-site.

     

    Responsibilities:

    • Responsible for design & development of project modules/components.
    • Works independently to develop, configure code, and test programs from specifications.
    • Prepares documentation that describes installation and operating procedures, including application user guides, with limited guidance.
    • Develop code, unit test case, deploy & test as per requirements
    • Analysis, maintenance and support of existing code.
    • Participate in meetings and discussions with Functional/Technical Leads to understand the requirements and work out a design.
    • Participate in code reviews and ensure the code written complies with the company standards and policies
    • Follows existing programming standards and guidelines and guides other team members to adhere to the same.

     

    Required Skills:

    • BS in Computer Science or related discipline and 3+ years of overall IT experience
    • 5+  years of JAVA/J2EE software development experience
    • Must have good understanding of object oriented programming using Java
    • Hands on development experience using Spring ecosystem, Hibernate/JPA, Java Servlets, EJB programming; JSP, Oracle, PL/SQL; XSL/XSLT
    • Must be Familiar with Design Patterns, web services and REST API.
    • Exposure in spring boot based micro service architecture.
    • Must have experience with JBoss and IBM WebSphere Application Servers.

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