Friday, November 3, 2006

Java EE Architect? Need a Job?

My former employer, Ventera Corporation, is still looking to fill my old position. I was their lead/senior Java EE architect, in charge of development of EE applications for their USDA Food and Nutrition Service contracts. I worked at FNS's downtown Minneapolis office, though a large part of the development team resides in Virginia at Ventera HQ.

Update: BTW, I'll be interviewing you, if that's any motivation for or against you applying...

If you're interested, contact Christina Pritchett at Ventera:

Phone: 703.442.5223

And here's the job description Christina gave me...exciting fun for a Friday afternoon:

Senior Java Developer/Team Lead/Architect
Travel: 10% (back to our HDQA in Mclean, VA)
On-boarding: first few weeks will need to be spent in our McLean office

This individual will work on a development team for a large government client to develop, deliver and support a web-based application from design through implementation.

  • Perform as a team lead – mentor junior staff and serve as the primary point of contact for the customer
  • Perform as system architect role in the development of large-scale applications
  • Develop prototypes from business and technical requirements/use case documents
  • Conduct unit and integration testing
  • Provide source code documentation and write reusable code; Maintain existing code base and component library
  • Develop clear and concise documentation for work assignments
  • Meet critical project timeframes
  • Follow coding/design standards and J2EE Design Patterns
  • Maintain application by implementing client enhancements as requested
  • 7+ years of relevant work experience - must have a minimum of 3 years as a tech lead and system architect (i.e. system design, performance tuning, and system prototyping & maintenance)
  • Strong knowledge of Eclipse 3.1, WebLogic Platform 8.1, Hibernate, Spring, CVS (including branch based release management), Bugzilla (admin/server side), and Apache web server
  • Ability to configure WebLogic server/cluster and troubleshoot issues related to WebLogic clusters
  • Extensive knowledge about best practices across multiple disciplines including requirements analysis, architectural design, QA, project management, and configuration management
  • Experience with Enterprise Java Beans development and related technologies (XML, JNDI, RMI, JMS, MDB) required
  • Hands-on coding experience with: Java, JSP, STRUTS, HTML, EJB 2.0 (Session and Entity), JDBC, JAXP, JMS, and JTA required
  • Experience with container managed persistence, container managed relationships and EJB query language
  • Prior experience with Object-oriented analysis and design, including use case development, class modeling, J2EE design patterns (Factory, Fa├žade, Singleton, Business Delegate, Service Locator, Dependency Injection, Data Access Object) and UML required
  • Hands-on knowledge of application security support for e-commerce applications and relational database programming using SQL and JDBC required
  • Ability to write and modify large ANT build scripts supporting builds and deploys in multiple environments
  • Applied knowledge of JBoss and Configuration Management Processes is highly desirable
  • Must have the ability to work in a team environment and work independently on client engagements
  • Experience in professional consulting or like industry required
  • Strong written & verbal communication skills required
  • Keen interest in emerging Java technologies and industry best practices required
  • Ability to set technical direction for application architecture and development discipline, and assess the impact of architecture changes on the business and application is required
  • SCJP, SCJD and/or BEA Developer Certification is a plus
  • Experience with SQL, JBoss, Hibernate and Spring strongly preferred
  • BS in Computer Science, Engineering, or other related technical discipline required

1 comment:

  1. They don't ask for Ruby knowledge. Are they burnt and don't want to lose another one?