Job Description :
Duties & Responsibilities:



Understand the requirements, current state architecture of the enterprise and create roadmap for the future enhancements accordingly.

Create Software Architecture Document, High Level and Low Level Design document, Non functional requirements for the project.

Define Integration Design and Security Design for the Web Services and Enterprise components involved.

Participate in production of detailed functional design documents to match customer requirements.

Participate in production of technical specification for development and integration requirements.

Review design documents for services such as Service Design Document, Service physical Document and define Service SLAs in Non functional requirements.

Web development using Java technologies (Jscript, ReactJS)

Engage with client architecture group.

Mentor and train project team members on the Solution details for a smoother execution.



Skill, Experience & General information required:



10+ plus years of experience in defining solution architecture for large enterprise applications using Java/J2EE, SOA Webservices (SOAP and REST), ESBs, Open Source products like Content Repository , Sling API and strong working knowledge of SOA, SOAP, WSDL, Service Orchestration, Business Process Choreography, BPEL, Spring MVC and JSON.

Knowledge of Web Technologies such as Html 5, CSS 3, jQuery, Spring MVVC and WebServices (SOAP/REST

Job title: Java lead
Location:New Jersey/ Tri State Area, CA
Knowledge of technology areas of Messaging, Transaction Management, Spring MVC, Hibernate, DAO, etc.

Strong command on Java/J2EE concepts and current industry trends.

Experience in implementing Webservices Security using WS-Security, SAML, Kerberos and integrating with Identity provides, LDAP and ADFS.

Strong knowledge on design and integration patterns specially in applications involving Portals/SSO, legacy applications, B2B Applications, external partners using ESB.

Strong understanding of Object Oriented design methodologies and design patterns.