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Seasoned Java Developer: Business and Technical

 
 
Donald Lascelle
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      03-09-2007
Seasoned Java Developer: Business and Technical

The incumbent will be responsible for interfacing with our business
users, gathering requirements, and doing the necessary OO analysis &
design, development, testing, documentation, maintenance and support.
The incumbent will be a member of a team of 8 developers; and will
develop at all three application tiers (with emphasis on the middle
tier).

This position should appeal to a senior developer looking for emphasis
on business application development, and smaller projects with more
project co-ordination then generally available in a development role.

Preference will be given to seasoned developers who can lead change and
the introduction of technology: open source and others. Such developer
must have excellent common sense (backed by business and technical
experience) to foretell what will work, what wont, and why.

Required Skills:

* Excellent communication skills. (Oral, listening, written, etc).
* Results driven, team player with business acumen and common sense;
that can work with minimal supervision and direction. The ability to
lead sub-projects is a definite asset.
* Good appreciation for, and experience with logistics, workflow,
and business application development.
* Good appreciation for automation objectives - minimize human
resources while maximizing quality and content and generating clear and
precise activity and exception reports to drive operations
effectiveness.
* Knowledge and appreciation for the SDLC.
* Proficiency with OOA&D; and OO Modeling.
* Proficiency with Java, J2EE, JDBC and associated technologies.
* Proficiency with SQL query.
* Degree or Diploma in Software Development/Computer
Science/Information Systems.
* Min 5 years commercial software development experience.
* Min 5 years OO experience. Proficiency with OOA&D; and OO
Modeling.
* Min 2-3 years commercial experience with JSP, Servlets, Java,
J2EE, EJB, JDBC and SQL.

Additional assets include:

* Knowledge of HTML, JavaScript, TCP/IP, Weblogic 8.1/9.0, and
Oracle 10g.
* Knowledge and experience with automotive data and the automotive
industry.


Please submit your word.doc resume in confidence to -
http://www.velocityreviews.com/forums/(E-Mail Removed)

Donald Lascelle
The ObjectSearch Group
1-866-629-7911
www.objectsearch.com
 
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