Job Description :
Tibco Developer,

Phoenix, AZ

6+ Months Contract

Phone + Skype


This position is a TIBCO Programmer/Analyst in the Customer Notifications Technology department. This role will be responsible for development activities in one or more applications.
Performs as technical expert in development, coding, testing, and debugging new software and enhancements. 
Interfaces with management, business analysts, project managers, IT Architects, QA, and other developers, along with business partner, to understand requirements and scope then deliver new software and enhancements to existing software to meet business requirements. 
Maintains and enhances existing services, applications, and platforms including, but not limited to, bug fixes, feature enhancements and performance tuning. 
Participates in cross-functional teams throughout the application development process beginning with requirements definition and ending with final acceptance testing. 
Responsible for analyzing and troubleshooting complex issues and implementing solutions. 
Provides 24x7 production support on rotating pager duty. 
Performs testing of various types including Test Driven Requirements, unit, system, integration, and non-functional testing. 
Interacts with other key project designers participating in project-wide design and procedures decisions. 
Participates in promotion of software releases across all environments and change management. 

Job Qualifications 
3-5 years total development experience using BusinessWorks 5 and 6, EMS, BusinessEvents (specifically around decision tables, rule templates and a basic understanding of how the RETE network executes) and Active Spaces. 
The ideal candidate should also be familiar with supporting tools such as Hawk, TIBCO Administrator, TIBCO Enterprise Administrator, and ActiveSpaces Monitoring and Management (ASMM 
Strong developer experience with enterprise platforms; Ideally application development experience using Business Works (BW), Business Events (BE), Enterprise Message Service (EMS)/JMS, JAVA, SOA, SOAP, REST, JSON, SQL and Unix/Linux. 
Linux and a Unix shell derivatives, such as sh, bash, born, korn, are a plus.