The recruiter did not provide company information, though it looks like this position is for Onlane, Inc.
The incumbent will be responsible for interfacing with our business users, gathering requirements, and doing the necessary OO analysis & design, development, testing, documentation, maintenance and support. The incumbent will be a member of a team of 8 developers; and will develop at all three application tiers (with emphasis on the middle tier).
This position should appeal to a senior developer looking for emphasis on business application development, and smaller projects with more project co-ordination then generally available in a development role.
Preference will be given to seasoned developers who can lead change and the introduction of technology: open source and others. Such developer must have excellent common sense (backed by business and technical experience) to foretell what will work, what wont, and why.
- Excellent communication skills. (Oral, listening, written, etc).
- Results driven, team player with business acumen and common sense; that can work with minimal supervision and direction. The ability to lead sub-projects is a definite asset.
- Good appreciation for, and experience with logistics, workflow, and business application development.
- Good appreciation for automation objectives – minimize human resources while maximizing quality and content and generating clear and precise activity and exception reports to drive operations effectiveness.
- Knowledge and appreciation for the SDLC.
- Proficiency with OOAD; and OO Modeling.
- Proficiency with Java, J2EE, JDBC and associated technologies.
- Proficiency with SQL query.
- Degree or Diploma in Software Development/Computer Science/Information Systems.
- Min 5 years commercial software development experience.
- Min 5 years OO experience. Proficiency with OOAD; and OO Modeling.
- Min 2-3 years commercial experience with JSP, Servlets, Java, J2EE, EJB, JDBC and SQL.
Additional assets include:
- Knowledge and experience with automotive data and the automotive industry.
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