Job Description :
TITLE: Senior Java Developer

TERM: 6 month contract+

LOCATION: Atlanta, GA .

UPDATED Requirements:

* At least 7 - 10 years of Java/J2EE development experience, hands-on
troubleshooting and deployment experience - Solid knowledge of high-scale,
including RESTful APIs and microservices, and SOA services - Experience with
Java, J2EE, Java Objects, JUnit, Angular2, , Jenkins CD/CI, JSON/XML/SOAP,
SQ - Experience with eXtremeScale, Redis, or other caching technologies -
* Experience in managing through-put and logical processes will be a
desired skill set. - Experience in supporting application teams and
Troubleshooting in a DEV, SIT, UAT, and Production environments - Ability to
clearly communicate with peers, business analysts, and subject matter
experts - Ability to lead and mentor associate developers. - Experience with
API development


* Constructs, tests, and implements portions of business and technical
information technology solutions through application of appropriate software
development life cycle methodology.
* Participates in standard business and technical information
technology solution implementations, upgrades, enhancements, and
* Uses appropriate tools to analyze, identify, and resolve business
and/or technical problems.
* Applies specialized knowledge in a single discipline such as
assembly/integration, cross-discipline functions, knowledge engineering,
industry expertise, or legacy evolution.
* Interacts with the customer to gain an understanding of the business
environment and technical context.
* Validates scope, plans, and deliverables for assigned projects.
* Leads the design, development, implementation, and support of
information technology solutions encompassing multiple specializations,
platforms, and technologies.
* Defines project scope, plans, and deliverables, including proposed
implementation dates.
* Researches, analyzes, recommends, and implements new technologies,
standard processes, tools, and techniques.
Assists in defining alternate solutions for the business problem.