We are a new startup company focused on developing applications for the Corporate Human Resources space. We are looking for development talent to assist us in utilizing Web 2.0 technologies to build the next generation of applications for this market segment. We are looking for a developer who has an interest in working with emerging web technologies and who has the flexibility and temperament suited for participating as an equity partner in a startup environment.
Responsibilities: * Assist in the development of a suite of Web applications based on an AJAX/Java framework. * Build new AJAX components within an existing framework. * Be an integral part of the small development team, able to work collaboratively or completely independently as needed. * Work closely with all areas of the company � Sales, Technical staff, Executives. * Write clear, comprehensible documentation for engineering as well as less-technical guides for non-engineering internal users.
Requirements: * 3 years or more Software Development experience * Working understanding of J2EE technologies; object-oriented design & implementation; n-tier architectures. * Experience with common open-source frameworks and tools. * Professional approach to coding, revision-control, and QA interactions. * Experience with mission-critical, Production-grade develop/test/release cycles. * Excellent written and oral communication and collaboration skills. * Experience with AJAX, DHTML, JSP and Struts technologies. * Database development experience. * Familiarity with Apache/Tomcat/JBOSS server environments * BA/BS in Computer Science or Engineering or the equivalent *** Must be capable of working onsite in Redwood City
Desirable Skills: * Working knowledge of JSF, EJB, Hibernate, AJAX; Eclipse IDE. * Hands on experience with Model-View-Controller paradigm. * Knowledge and experience with XML technologies. * Experience with internationalization of Web sites. * Sense of visual design/UI skills.
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