Job Description :
Title: Foundation Java Messaging (JMS)

Rate: 45-50

Location: Boynton Beach, FL

Duration: 6 months

Experience: 4-7 yrs

Skills: • Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science or in “STEM” Majors (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) from an accredited college or university.• Minimum of 4-7 yrs of related work experience with load and performance testing, HornetQ/ActiveMQ, XML/JSON/Restful APIs and C++/Java/JSP,

Description:Sr. Performance Test Engineer :The Senior Performance Test engineer’s primary focus will be to drive the development and delivery of optimized and scalable applications.This team member will quickly learn multiple software and infrastructure stacks. This team member will collaborate with the software delivery team and Architects for understanding NFR, performance test planning requirement.scripting and execution. This team member will serve a liaison between the testing, business, development, infrastructure and architecture teams so the ability to communicate and collaborate is a must and will report to Architect on day to day basis The Senior Performance Test engineer will work within the agile/scrum development models. 4-7+years of related work experience with load and performance testing• Programming or scripting language skills such as Ruby on Rail, Python, C/C++ and Java.• Understand the JVM internals from performance point of view.• Understand JMS and Message Queue Providers like HornetQ/ActiveMQ.• Knowledge and experience in New Relic is preferred, AppDynamics/DynaTrace is desirable• Expertise of correlation and parameterization to achieve user emulation is a must • Expertise of XML/JSON/Restful APIs and C++/Java/JSP usage in scripts is a must• Experience with HP Performance Center/LoadRunner performance test execution is a must• Knowledge of performance testing lifecycle is a must• Knowledge of client server applications and multitier applications is a must• Ability and desire to learn new skills and technologies is very important• SelfStarter and skilled at multitasking are required