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Technical Lead

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Placement Services USA, Inc.
Responsible for the end-to-end software development of the complete software development lifecycle. Responsible for changes implemented into software systems. Participate in detailed design sessions with leads for proposed system changes. Write complex procedures and functions. Create JAXB classes that interact with rating engines. Interact with other team members for new interfaces being implemented in systems. Provide first level technical assistance to teams. Set up technical environments. Create code base in Version Manager. Interact with Data Architecture team to get data base changes approved. Implement HTTPS security in applications. Interact with Middleware team to get applications deployed in various regions. Coordinate release management. Perform peer reviews of coding to ensure code quality is maintained. Provide first level post production support for applications. Coordinate performance testing of applications. Coordinate user acceptance testing of applications. Train team members on Dojo.
Warren, NJ and various unanticipated locations throughout the U.S. Travel and work to client sites as assigned.
Experience must include the following: Experience must include the following: Java/ J2EE; XSD/ XSL/XML; EJB; JDBC; JNDI; experience implementing Web Services using JAX RPC programming model; IBM WebSphere application server and related tools; experience working on Insurance Domain applications; Oracle/ DB2; version management tools, including PVCS, VSS, and CVS; UNIX; experience in implementing application level security using SSL-MA. Travel and work to client sites as assigned.
Bachelors degree (or foreign equivalent) in Computer Science or a related field PLUS five (5) years of information technology experience.
Please send us your resume via email at with reference #270170 in the subject line. Do not copy and paste your resume in the body email. Please attach it as a Word document. Thank you.

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