Job Title:  Senior Backend Java Developer (Eclipse RCP)
Location:  Memphis, TN
Duration:  12 Months + Possible Extensions
Number of Openings:  2

REQUIRED skills: (Strong JAVA coding with emphasis on Eclipse RCP)

  • Strong Core Java / J2EE coding experience – 7+ yrs verifiable experience – needs to be large scale, multi-tiered enterprise application development experience – Ask for them to give some evidence of this skill level and experience.
  • EJB – implementing the business logic using EJBs. (Enterprise JavaBeans (EJB) is a managed, server software for modular construction of enterprise software, and one of several Java APIs. EJB is a server-side software component that encapsulates the business logic of an application.)
  • JSP – and JSP tag libraries (JavaServer Pages (JSP) is a technology that helps software developers create dynamically generated web pages based on HTML, XML, or other document types.)
  • Eclipse IDE
  • Webservices  (specifically SOAP and/or JAXWS; UDDI; WSDL)
  • XML
  • ORM (Hibernate/JPA)
  • WebLogic
  • Oracle RDBMS
  • Linux
  • Client-side Development experience with Eclipse RCP (coding experience with SWT or OSGi component development) – Strong Eclipse RCP is required for this position.

Relevant Skills:

  • Core Java Design patterns
  • Eclipse IDE
  • EJB (Enterprise JAVA Beans)
  • JSP (JAVA Server Pages)
  • WebLogic
  • Oracle RDBMS and PL/SQL (queries, stored procedures, triggers, etc)
  • Linux
  • Design and Develop UI Screens with Eclipse RCP/SWT (preferred not required)

Here is a pretty complete tech stack used within this team:

Java, J2EE, Web Services, EJB, JPA, Hibernate, Struts, Spring, JMS, Eclipse RCP, Swing, JavaScript, Ajax, HTML, CSS, JQuery, Ant, Oracle, Eclipse IDE, CVS, Cruise Control, Quality Center, Bugzilla, Putty, SoapUI, JUnit, WebLogic Application Server.

NOTE:  Strong Java and Eclipse RCP is required for this position.   We need a developer that has done client-side development in Eclipse RCP, NOT using the Eclipse IDE. 

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