You will be a leading member of the software development team (10 people), developing innovative, interactive enterprise software products using exciting, leading edge Internet technologies such as XML and J2EE.
� Create system designs that satisfy business requirements � Develop high-quality software enhancements that meet specifications � Enhance and maintain existing product capabilities � Provide accurate status for current work to facilitate planning � Provide technical direction to Engineering team � Participate in architecture group
Bachelor of Science in Computer Science or equivalent Strong track record of developing high quality, high availability, complex software on schedule 10+ years in software engineering Active member of Java community Significant experience in the following: Object Oriented Design Java, J2EE - JSP, RMI, JDBC, JINI XML UML Ability to work both independently and within a team environment Experience in network programming, threading Strong written and verbal communication skills
Experience with or exposure to CRM / SFA / CIM, Content / Knowledge Management, and/or enterprise e-commerce applications. RUP
Problem Solver and Team Player
Benefits: Health Insurance, Life Insurance, Dental Insurance, Disability Insurance, Paid Vacation, Paid Sick Leave, 401(k), Profit Sharing, Stock Options, Flex Time
(Now, my candid comments to make sure I do not waste anyone's time: Please do not contact me if you can not define what a deadlock condition is and if you do not know how to avoid them. Also, you must be well versed in design patterns and know how to use them. This is a pretty slick web application that needs someone smart that gets things done and also can and will design and code. This is a flat culture that focusses on solving problems by leveraging the right technology to build business solutions, not the latest trend in technology. If this sounds like a place you feel you would enjoy and be challanged please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you for your time and interest.)
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