This week's book giveaway is in the Agile and Other Processes forum. We're giving away four copies of Darcy DeClute's Scrum Master Certification Guide: The Definitive Resource for Passing the CSM and PSM Exams and have Darcy DeClute on-line! See this thread for details.
My customer is seeking a J2EE design lead that is looking for an opportunity to work in an exciting, highly dynamic environment. This candidate should have 3 or more years of experience with high-volume J2EE-based e-Commerce sites. The candidate should have experience working in cross-functional teams that lead robust solutions & designs to completion. Tasks will be broad in scope and challenging in nature, with plenty of scope for innovative thinking. Any candidate should be very knowledgeable on Java technologies and trends, with a desire to apply that knowledge to improve the quality of deliverables. Experience with developing and enhancing performant multi-tier J2EE application frameworks is a must. Experience using BEA Weblogic Server 9, Eclipse, SQL Server and Endeca IAP is a plus.
Key responsibilities include:
- Designing and implementing robust Java solutions to meet business requirements - Participating in code and design review activities as part of a technical review group - Working with a team of project managers, business managers, production artists, database administrators, system administrators, and build/release engineers to lead projects from inception through to delivery - Interfacing with onshore and offshore development teams to review their project deliverables and recommend improvements - Introducing process improvements, application framework changes and new development techniques to the application development group
Bachelors in Computer Science or related degree. Masters in Computer Science preferred.
The successful candidate must be a US Citizen or Permanent Resident
Relocation assistance available
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