• 1180- Java Developer - Mid-level*

    Job Locations US-VA-Vienna
    # of Openings
    1
    Category
    Information Technology
  • Overview

    US Citizen for Federal Agency

    Active Secret Clearance at a minimum required

    Onsite Tyson’s Corner, VA

    Responsibilities

    • Work with other developers who analyze requirements, design solutions, develop new functionality Experience with Spring Framework
    • Experience with Agile tools like JIRA Support software applications cross-browser, standards-compliant, front-end (HTML, JavaScript, Ajax, CSS, etc.), middle tier and Oracle database SQL Stored procedures inside our Agile development environment.
    • Collaborate with managers or practitioners in the business unit to determine systems requirements and functionalities needed in new or revised application.
    • Build interactive prototypes, and other blueprints that clearly articulate site/application structure and organization.
    • Provide production support as needed.
    • Develop test scenarios, perform & participate in code reviews, and prepare other SDLC artifacts as needed.

    Qualifications

    • Experience in software engineering using core Java, Server-side Java Technologies
    • Strong development experience including 2 years with modern frameworks such as Spring, Hibernate, AngularExcellent JavaScript/jQuery/XML/HTML/CSS/Ajax coding skills
    • Experience with Clearcase, SVN (Subversion), Eclipse, ANT and Maven In-depth understanding of OOP, design patterns, and data structures Experience with Apache Tomcat and Oracle SQL Experience in Agile software development methods, Scrum preferred
    • Experience with Selenium & Cucumber is a plus Any experience with JSON, REST and SOAP is a plus.
    • Associate's Degree or higher and two years of experience in analyzing functional applications and design specifications for functional activities.

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