My client, the leading provider of 529 college savings plan management and administration services to State partners and investment management firms is looking to add J2EE and Struts Development talent to its team. In just over two years, the firm has become the largest administrator of direct-to-consumer 529 offerings, administering over $7 Billion in college savings assets in partnership with The Vanguard Group and other investment managers.
This highly successful startup has outstanding opportunities for a Senior J2EE Software Engineer developing investment services systems. The position involves the analysis, design, implementation and support of critical applications used by customers and partners. The ideal candidate must have excellent J2EE, Java and Struts development skills. The candidate must have good communication and inter personal skills and have the ability to work in a fast paced environment. This is a key position within the firm�s Technology organization.
If you are interested, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Alternatively, if you know of someone from whom this opportunity is better suited, feel free to pass these details along.
� Work closely with Business teams to understand and define requirements � Lead and participate in design processes � Code in Java applying object oriented development principles � Work on multiple projects at a time, often as a project leader
Qualifications � 5+ years software development experience � 3+ Java years experience � J2EE experience � Struts development experience � Object Oriented analysis and design skills � Experience with SQL, data modeling, and relational database (Oracle Preferred) � Organizational skills are a must - this is a fast paced, but rewarding atmosphere. � BS in Computer Science or related field � Strong oral, written and presentation skills � Strong organizational skills � Strong problem solving skills
Bonus Experience � Prior experience in financial services firm a strong plus � Experience with Oracle a plus � Experience with WebLogic a plus
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