Job Description :
Positions : Sr. Java Python Developer-

Location : Fort Worth, TX ( Only Local to Dallas, TX area )

Duration : 6-12 Plus Months

Rate : DOE



Need:

Java, Python, C++ ,HTML5, CSS3 ,CMSs, AWS , React, C/C++ are optional



Summary:

The main function of a software engineer is to design, develop, implement, test, and maintain business and computer applications software or specialized utility programs including mainframe and client/server applications, and major enhancement of existing systems.



Job Responsibilities:

Fine-tune and improve a variety of sophisticated software implementation projects. Gather and analyze system requirements, document specifications, and develop software solutions to meet client needs and data.
Analyze and review enhancement requests and specifications.
Implement system software and customize to client requirements. Prepare the detailed software specifications and test plans.
Code new programs to client’s specifications and create test data for testing.
Modify existing programs to new standards and conduct unit testing of developed programs.
Create migration packages for system testing, user testing, and implementation.
Provide quality assurance reviews.
Perform post-implementation validation of software and resolve any bugs found during testing.



Skills:

Experience with Java, Python, C++ and other programming languages. Understanding of HTML5, CSS3 and CMSs.
Team player attitude with a willingness to lead when necessary.
Devotion to continuing education on an annual basis.
Performing in-depth troubleshooting and unit testing with both new and legacy production systems. Problem diagnosis and resolution.
Large systems software design and development.



Education/Experience:

Bachelor's degree in a technical field such as computer science, computer engineering or related field required.
8 to 10 years of experience required.
A solid foundation in computer science, with strong competencies in data structures, algorithms, and software design.



Required:

Java (AWS and/or React are preferred; .NET and C/C++ are optional)