Mid-Tier Java Developer

Company Name:
Our client is one of Colorado's premier companies. With US operations based in the Denver Tech Center, they are among the largest corporate headquarters in the Denver area and are consistently profitable. They continue to grow and as a result, have several openings in the systems area. They are looking for a Mid-Tier Java Developer.
This is a great opportunity for the right candidate to participate in an established technology function that is respected throughout the organization. Candidate will join a very knowledgeable group of professionals who work in an energized team environment. These individuals will be responsible for developing JAVA business component APIs and frameworks.
Mid-Tier Java Developer Requirements:
A minimum of 4 years of object-oriented design/development required, including a minimum of 4 or more year's JAVA/J2EE programming and mid-tier development
Design, code, analyzes, evaluates, tests, debugs, documents, and implements complex software apps.
2 years of Web Services experience
Previous experience with a relational database query language such as Oracle SQL including tuning
Degree in Computer Science or Information Systems, or equivalent applicable work experience.
Ability to multi-task and stay organized in a dynamic work environment.
Positive attitude and strong interpersonal/communication skills are required
On-call for 24/7 environment on a periodic cycle.
Mid-Tier Java Developer Desirable experience:
Application Servers such as BEA Weblogic or JBoss
UNIX operating systems such as Sun Solaris or Linux, Tools & Utilities
Iona Orbix
Ant, MAVEN, CA Harvest
Sun JAVA Certification
Web Services (Axis2)/SOA

Only candidates authorized to work permanently in the US should apply. No third parties. Local candidates preferred.

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