Job Description :
Title Java JCAPS Consultant

Location Coppell

Type Contract

Design, develop and support applications written in JAVA technologies (e.g., Java, J2EE, EJB, and Net Beans) and third-party objects.

Design, develop and support application using JCAPS platform

Develop modules to accept and/or transmit data to other internal and external systems, using XML, HL7, X12 or vendor-specific technologies.

Design, develop, unit/system test, and deploy resolution for production defects.

Develop modules to accept and/or transmit data to other internal and external systems

Participate in peer code review and collaborate with fellow developers, QAs, and architects to determine defects

Work within multiple software development life cycle (SDLC) models including Waterfall and Agile.

Adhere to all HIPAA and SOX software development compliance policies and procedures

Excellent core Java/J2EE development skills

5 years of experience in application development and support using Java technologies (e.g., Java, J2EE, EJB), Web 2.0, Glassfish 2.0, Tomcat, JCAPS, JBoss , SOAP , REST, PL/SQL, on UNIX, AIX & Linux platforms, third-party objects and other similar technologies

2 years of experience using JCAPS 5.2 and above

3 years of experience using relational and OLTP database technologies (Oracle 11g or SQL Server)

2 years of experience building enterprise level applications for the web/Internet, using (HTML5, JQuery, CSS)

2 years of experience with development tools such as Eclipse, Net Beans, SQL Developer and/or TOAD, XML Spy

2 years of working experience with Spring, Hibernate, JUnit and Struts software frameworks

Working knowledge of Design Patterns (GOF, J2EE)

Familiarity with UML modeling (Activity, Class, Sequence, Collaboration diagrams, etc

Experience with software development estimating techniques

Experience with unit testing systems and validation tools

Please reply with your interest along with updated resume and confirm your Work Authorization Status, Current Location, Relocation(Y/N), Availability to Start with Expected Compensation

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