InspiHER Tech
Published
November 26, 2019
Location
Oak Brook, IL, United States
Job Type

Description

TITLE: FULL-STACK J2EE DEVELOPER

JOB ID:  10592

LOCATION:  Oak Brook, IL

SALARY:  $115K - $125K

STATUS:  Direct Hire (not a Contract)

 

About the Client:

Join a young, growing Retail Solutions Company with implementations across the United States, using data insights to increase customer engagement.

About the Full-Stack J2EE Developer Position:

Looking for a Java2EE Developer that will work with technologies that support our clients’ products.  You will be an experience developer with a handle on good software design.  Collaboration between developers and teams, where giving and receiving feedback will be encouraged. 

About the Full-Stack J2EE Developer Responsibilities:

  • Responsible for extending and improving existing system services and software components
  • Identifying and resolving performance bottlenecks
  • Designing and developing new features to support our needs
  • Writing of complex ETL jobs and processes to import and transform data into easily analyzed datasets
  • Must be able to, periodically, work outside normal business hours to support critical systems

About the Full-Stack J2EE Developer Requirements:

  • 5+ years’ experience writing the Java technology stack with the focus on the EJB, JTA, and JPA
  • 5+ years’ experience with Web Services – REST/SOAP
  • Solid knowledge of PL/SQL, ANSI/SQL
  • Knowledge of HTTP, SSL, JSON, XML and direct communications
  • Knowledge of modern software development practices
  • Bachelors’ degree in Computer Science, Information Systems Technology or equivalent

 

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