Java Developer (Application Support)

Company Name:
Business & Technology Managment Group
Candidates must have relevant technical skills (outlined below), with ability to trouble shoot production issues. As part of the application support team, this person will be helping with day time resolution of production issues of large applications. As part of that job they will be involved in independent trouble shooting and defect fixing of problems called in via help desk tickets, working with the Subject Matter Experts to do root cause analysis and, reporting the resolution back to the end users. This person will also help with enhancements and/or break fix scenarios including development for small mandate projects if any.
This person will also be required to take night time on call when appropriate, on a rotational basis as therest of the team members. Not paid to carry the pager, paid for time spent fixing problems.

Please include a skills grid on the email submittal with number of years experience with each required skill and how you rate yourself on a scale of 1-5 is desired (1 = weak, 3 = average, 5 =expert).

Required Skills
Years of Experience
Skill Rating
JAVA web services (creating and consuming)

SQL (DB2 and Oracle) development experience

J2EE related technologies Struts




Ajax, Hibernate Spring jdbc


JMS/MDB/Websphere MQ

Junit, Eclipse

Maven CVS


GIT Version Control System experience

Application support including production trouble shooting experience

Strong analysis, coding and testing skills

GeneralSkills Required:
MS in Computer science or equivalent experience
Excellent communication skills
Team player/ Be able to work independently
Quick learner/self-starter
Strong understanding of the full software development process

Question: Please provide a brief explanation / description of how yourbackground and experience is a good fit for this position.

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