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Hiring a Java Contract in Salt Lake City, UT

June 11th, 2015


Candidates will require a minimum of 3 years of industry experience and a solid delivery track record. Previous must have previous experience and demonstrated expertise with:

•             OO design principles

•             Core Java 1.6 or greater – Collections, IO, threads, etc.

•             Spring Framework dependency injection

•             Hibernate / JPA

•             Databases and SQL

•             REST web services

•             JMS and message driven processes

•             Software development in both a Linux and Windows environment

Candidates must be able to independently:

•             Analyze existing software components and processes in a multithreaded environment

•             Determine required changes to existing processes to support new functionality

•             Design and review changes and to existing and new components

•             Propose and implement improvements to existing infrastructure

•             Develop automated unit tests of new and existing processes

•             Develop automated regression tests of new and existing processes

•             Document changes for new features including software design artifacts and operational support documents

•             Follow SDLC controls and best practices for software development

•             Participate and contribute in team discussions in an agile environment

•       Provide production support of software processes when escalated from L1/L2 support staff to help analyze, root cause and resolve runtime issues in a live


•             Front end web development experience – Angular.js, CSS

•             Financial industry experience

•             C#

•             Scripting languages, e.g. PERL, Ruby, Python, Bash/KSH

Please send resume to david.derby@parallelhr.com


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