This position is located in Washington, DC. This position requires that you be a U.S. citizen and hold an active SSBI clearance. This position offers highly competitive compensation with excellent benefits in a highly professional work environment. We respect and appreciate technical ability and reward outstanding performance with recognition and tangible awards.
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Job Description: We are looking for a highly skilled J2EE architect to implement an Enterprise Portal for our government client. This position requires hands on development skills, previous experience in a technical leadership role, and the ability to mentor less experienced engineers and effectively guide junior to mid level developers.
Responsibilities: The J2EE architect will be responsible for analyzing customer requirements, evaluating alternatives from a cost/schedule/performance perspective in support of strategic business decisions. This will include rapid prototyping, and alternative analysis resulting in recommendations for direction of enterprise architecture and portal program. In addition to technical proficiency, candidates must also have excellent verbal, and written communication skills and a complete understanding of the software development life cycle.
Qualifications: Candidates should have a minimum of five years of large-scale enterprise development experience using one or more J2EE application servers, preferably BEA Weblogic. A strong understanding of object oriented design, portal frameworks, enterprise security and application integration is required. Background should include J2EE web development, including hands-on authoring of Enterprise Java Beans (EJB) and front-end JSPs. Candidate should have relational database design skills and strong PL/SQL knowledge. Experience should include planning for software change management, configuration management, build, and deployment processes. The ideal candidate will have worked with multiple platforms and development environments for government clients.
Originally posted by <J2EE in DC>: ... Qualifications: Candidates should have a minimum of five years of large-scale enterprise development experience using one or more J2EE application servers, preferably BEA Weblogic...
Where do you expect to get those 5 year experience people? J2EE was launched in Dec 1999. About 4 years, 11 months ago.
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