Java Developer
Applied Thought - Durham, NC

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We are looking for candidates with the following skills: Professional: 8+ years experience with a focused and driven attitude towards contributing on the creation, enhancement and delivery of Java-based security tools and applications Technical: Expert object-oriented design and development experience working with the following technologies: Java web technologies and services (including experience with design patterns) • Web Technologies (JSP, AJAX, Spring/Struts, XML, XSL, SOAP, HTML) • Java Application Server (Tomcat, WebLogic) • Relational Database Knowledge And Skills (Oracle) • Source Code Control Tools (ClearCase) • Excellent organizational, problem solving, coding, unit testing and debugging skills • .NET, C++ experience are a plus Roles & Responsibilities: • Lead developer fully accountable for implementing strong development practices, team collaboration and team leadership as both an individual contributor and developer • Collaboration with the Product Manager and Security Architect to identify areas of opportunity to meet ongoing commitments to our business partners Oversight responsibility for multiple Security projects and deliverables Roles & Responsibilities: • Lead developer fully accountable for implementing strong development practices, team collaboration and team leadership as both an individual contributor and developer • Oversight responsibility for multiple Security projects and deliverables • Collaboration with the Product Manager and Security Architect to identify areas of opportunity to meet ongoing commitments to our business partners Skills: • Very good in problem solving and analytical acumen • Strong technical knowledge, excellent writing and communication skills • Should be a good team player with a focus on our IT and business partners • Investment industry experience and a background in security (authentication, authorization, encryption) is a plus
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