Job Description :
Job title: Java full stack developer
Job location: Baltimore MD

"Duties:
Design, develop and implement complex solutions based on Java technology and spring related frameworks.
Translate applications requirements into web-based solutions using the recommended frameworks and technology.
Design and develop reusable components, accelerators and frameworks.
Assist in the system integration of components.
Implement Test Driven Development frameworks (such as Mockito, MyMock
Implement Java Design Patterns.
Implement data structures.
Education:
A Bachelor''s Degree from an accredited college or university with a major in Computer Science, Information Systems, Engineering, Business, or other related technical discipline is required.
Experience:
At least six (6) years of experience in developing and consuming RESTful APIs.
At least four (4) years of experience in building front-end application using JavaScript, Angular JS, JSON, jQuery.
At least four (4) years of experience in Service Oriented Architecture/Service integration with Web Services, REST and security integration.
At least two (2) year of experience in working, defining, maintaining architectural frameworks, patterns & data structures.
Proficiency of scripting languages such as JavaScript, jQuery, JSON and other front-end scripting languages.
Must have knowledge in building applications with concurrency.
Must have knowledge of latest Angular, Spring Component and Spring Boot Framework.
Experience with modern Integrated Eligibility System to process and manage eligibility for multiple Health & Human Services (HHS) programs including SNAP, TANF and Medicaid is preferred.
Experience with system integration and data transfer between systems such as EBT, MMIS, HIX, and ACA & IES (between legacy and modernized) is preferred.
Experience with benefit reconciliation involving claim determination, fund recovery benefit recoupment and issuance of owed benefits is preferred.
Familiarity with developing applications following Medicaid (MA) business rules is preferred."