Job Description :
BizTalk Developer (Microsoft BizTalk Server) NOTES

They will be using 2012 and 2016 BizTalk
Familiar with integration (Batch and Message)
They will be moving this to the cloud. Anyone with prior experience doing this will be an add plus
Need to know full development
Must be comfortable customer facing
Requirements Designing experience
Standard Dev/Ops responsibilities
Maintenance of production support
Design
Coding
SQL Databases (Switching things to AZURE so any experience with that is a plus!)
Change Management processes
Current contractor there has been there for over a year. Definitely a long term gig.


Formal Job Description off of CareerBuilder



Or 5+ years relevant technical related work experience in lieu of degree.

Must have 4-6 years of experience with BizTalk 2010 – 2013.
Must have a minimum of 2 years of experience in Biztalk enterprise.
3+ years developing integration solutions or working with a middle tier solution equivalent to Microsoft BizTalk Server.


Must have proven and demonstrated experience in/with:

Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) software design
Master Data Management (MDM)
Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) integration methodologies
BizTalk Server
BizTalk Orchestration designer, schema designer
Architecture and management of SQL Databases
FTP protocols
WCF, .NET, SQL Server, Data Layer, BizTalk maps for EDI/XML/Flat File for transformations, business rules
Improve Integration platforms
Developing ETL solutions
Creating BizTalk Integration solutions
XSLT
Developing stored procedures
Creating views
Creating jobs, related tasks
System analysis
Design
Testing
Source control management using Team Foundation Server.
Working within Change Management processes.
Ideal, but not required:
Biztalk360, other Middleware/ESB

Ideal, but not required:
BizTalk Adapters (DB2, File, SFTP, SMTP), BizTalk Deployment Framework, etc.

Must be current on industry trends (NET Framework, WPF/WCF
Must be knowledgeable in C#, Agile methodologies and in developing RESTful API’s.
Must be proficient in SQL, specifically within SQL Server and Oracle.