Java/j2ee Developer Job In Raleigh, Nc

Published 2021-01-12
Expires 2021-02-12
ID #258279666
Java/j2ee Developer Job In Raleigh, Nc
United States, North Carolina, Raleigh, Nc,
Published January 12, 2021

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Occupation: Java/j2ee developer

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Job Details Position JavaJ2ee Developer Duration 12 Months (With possibility of extension) Location Raleigh NC 27604 RequiredDesired Skill Should have the capability to translate business requirements into technical solutions Required 5 Years Should have the Experience in Security Layer, Presentation Layer, Services Layer, Data Persistence Layer and Execution Layer. Required 5 Years Experience in Angular 7 Framework Required 2 Years Experience in React UI, ApollographQL.Knex, passport, passport-saml Required 2 Years Experience in Express, Express-graphQL Required 2 Years Experience in designing and deploying Application Framework Spring Boot Required 3 Years Hands-on experience in JavaScript, Node.js, SVN ,Eclipse, Spring Tools, Gradle, RESTAPI Required 3 Years Experience on Amazon Postgres Database Required 2 Years Excellent verbal and written communication skills with the ability present to both technical and business audiences. Required 2 Years Experience in the transition and transformation of large complex software solutions. Required 2 Years Experience participating or leading projects using an Agile methodology. Highly desired Experience Amazon Fargate, Amazon ECS, Amazon ECR, aws-sdk, S3 bucket, Amazon Commit, Amazon Lambda Required 2 Years AWS Certification Highly desired 3 Years Experience in AWS Serverless Container Orchestration Service - Docker , Kubernetes Required 3 Years

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