Job Description :
Please contact your "eDataForce " recruiter (Ms. TAS ) for immediate consideration.

Sr. BizTalk Developer to join our team in Irving, TX. (We prefer LOCAL to Dallas, TX candidate if possible)

We need One resource who needs to be a BizTalk resource that’s heavy on the administration side,
we are planning a new upgrade and we need someone to facilitate the work for us.
Additionally, we need another resource that’s experienced with SSIS . That particular resource will help us move some legacy interfaces off of the BizTalk integration platform.

Join our team in successfully “integrating Enterprise Systems” for one of our global clients in the Retail industry.

In this role you will have the opportunity to:

Candidate need to be great at “heads down “ coder

Monitor the applications in the BizTalk Administration console window.

Manage problems related to the operation of the applications, including manual monitoring of logs and pro-active error identification.

Deploy integrations into the BizTalk Server environment as per the defined change management process.

Support release management process for any changes done at BizTalk PROD environment

Monitor BizTalk Server exceptions and resolve BizTalk Server specific issues

Install and configure SQL Databases related to BizTalk Server.

Monitor BizTalk SQL Jobs for smooth running and maintenance of healthy BizTalk environment.

The ideal candidate will have:

5+ years experience in BizTalk

3+ years’ experience in SQL Server Development / SSIS

3+ years experience in .NET Frameworks

2+ years experience with EDI

3+ years experience with WCF/Web Services/SOA

Key info:

Microsoft Azure Service Bus
Microsoft Azure BizTalk Services including Hybrid Connections
Microsoft Azure Stream Analytics
Amazon Simple Queue Service (SQS)
Amazon Simple Workflow Service (SWS)
Amazon AppStream
BizTalk Server 2013 and later
Microsoft Windows Communication Foundation (WCF)
Microsoft Workflow Foundation (WF)
Microsoft SQL Server 2005-2014

Excellent Communication is a MUST