FedBid, Inc., the e-commerce online marketplace for
government and business Buyers, seeks a talented, driven senior-level Developer
to develop innovative, cutting edge solutions for our customers using the
latest technologies. We are looking for a results-oriented engineer who can
pioneer our revolutionary reverse auction platform in a fast-paced,
collaborative environment for a quickly growing company.
FedBid, Inc. seeks a senior-level J2EE developer with 7+ year of experience/ proficiency in WebLogic, Web Services, N-Tier Design experience, J2EE design
patterns with in-depth understanding and hands-on experience developing enterprise
applications with Spring, Hibernate, Struts, XML/XSLT, JMS,EJB ,Servlets, JSP,
and translate business requirements and rapidly drive convergence towards
the best solution.
and implement highly scalable, high performance applications using Spring,
Hibernate, JEE and JMS Messaging technologies and frameworks.
to the design and architecture process as part of the development team
utilizing industry standard best practices and architecture/design patterns.
testing, debugging and fixing software as part of the implementation
the development, release and maintenance of final solution.
a fast-paced team environment with a focus on quality
of OOA/D, UML, Application Servers (such as WebLogic)
experience with Hibernate, Spring framework, XML, JMS,EJB, security, Web
Services, Oracle RDBMS, JEE and related technologies
in the full software development lifecycle.
communications/people skills with ability to interact with business users.
with an ability to think outside the box.
security in a JEE environment (SAML, LDAP integration, JAAS, etc).
code in front-end layer.
experience with SOA implementation
or Master’s in Computer Science or related field.
Vienna, Va (Local candidates only, no relocation assistance
offered) To apply:
Please send a cover letter, resume and salary requirements to Careers@FedBid.com. Incomplete applications will not be considered. No third party recruiters or phone calls, please. FedBid is an Equal