Java J2ee Developer
Austin , TX 78701
Posted 2 months ago
Position:Java / J2EE Developer
Location: Austin, TX
Duration: 6- 12 Months
This contract position is responsible for performing complex (journey-level) computer programming work in the Information Technology Services office of the Client.
This position will provide software development support to migrate applications running on a J2EE platform used by the Division of Workers Compensation using DIR-classified core technology skills.
Additionally, this position may participate in the planning and migration efforts of additional related applications onto a single platform.
Emphasis of work performed shall be on front-end development.
Works under general supervision, with moderate latitude for the use of initiative and independent judgement.
Required Technical Skills:
4 years of Experience coding, testing, and debugging code and software programs; preparing test data; compiling and documenting procedures used throughout software development and revision; and assisting in preparing and developing instructions or manuals to guide end users.
4 years of Experience analyzing, reviewing, and revising scripts and programs to increase operating efficiency or to adapt new procedures.
4 years of Experience assisting in testing applications in all environments; preparing applications to implement into production environment; and preparing instructions for use during production runs.
4 years of Experience assisting in troubleshooting solutions to software-related problems.
4 years of Experience composing technical documentation
1 years of State/County/Fed projects experience is a huge plusm
4 years of Working experience with Rational Application Developer, WebSphere Application Server, XML, Crystal Reports or other pdf reporting frameworks, address standardization tools such as QAS ProWeb, IBM Content Manager, SVN, Natural/ADABAS, NeuArchitect, Struts framework, SQL Server and Agile Software Development practices are preferred.
4 years of Working knowledge of ITIL-based best practices and coding to the Americans with Disabilities Act as Amended (ADAA) are also preferred.