*Role : SENIOR JAVA DEVELOPER LEAD* *Location : St. Louis, MO*
*Duration : 3+ months* *Interview : Phone, Skype* *Any Visa Except OPT* *Job description:* PURPOSE OF THE POSITION The Sr. java Developer will work with scrum masters, functional analysts, and other technical analysts to understand business requirements, design and build scalable solutions to successfully implement requirements that meet business needs. The candidate also may need to support the existing software solutions. *SCOPE OF RESPONSIBILITY: * · This Role will be responsible in Leading a team of 5 to 7 members globally · Assist in developing of junior level staff members · Solving technical issues understanding business requirements and processes *ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:* · Design and develop scalable technical implementations. · Provide support for existing software solutions. · Work closely with globally distributed business analysts and architects to build an effective software solution. · Mentor other team members. · Improve the code quality with effective testing and review process. *Education: * Bachelor’s/Master’s degree in computer science or equivalent. Experience developing software products in chemical, biochemical or biology is an added plus. *Mandatory Skills: * · 5+ years of hands on development experience in Java/Java EE · 2+ years of technical lead · Experience in REST service technologies like CRUD. · Experience in unit test frameworks. · Ability to provide solutions based on the business requirements. · Ability to collaborate with cross functional teams. · Ability to work with global teams and a flexible work schedule. · Must have excellent problem solving skills and be customer centric. · Excellent communication skills. *Preferred Skills: * · Experience with Agile methodology and Jira issue tracking software. · Experience with Source Control Management (SCM) like Git. · Knowledge in Elasticsearch, Cassandra or KIE (Drools). *Regards , * *Akshita | ** KPG99,INC <http://www.kpg99.com/>* *3240 E State, St Ext | Hamilton, NJ 08619 609-681-2602 || aksh...@kpgtech.com <aksh...@kpgtech.com>* -- Are you =EXP(E:RT) or =NOT(EXP(E:RT)) in Excel? And do you wanna be? It’s =TIME(2,DO:IT,N:OW) ! Join official Facebook page of this forum @ https://www.facebook.com/discussexcel FORUM RULES 1) Use concise, accurate thread titles. Poor thread titles, like Please Help, Urgent, Need Help, Formula Problem, Code Problem, and Need Advice will not get quick attention or may not be answered. 2) Don't post a question in the thread of another member. 3) Don't post questions regarding breaking or bypassing any security measure. 4) Acknowledge the responses you receive, good or bad. 5) Jobs posting is not allowed. 6) Sharing copyrighted material and their links is not allowed. NOTE : Don't ever post confidential data in a workbook. Forum owners and members are not responsible for any loss. --- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "MS EXCEL AND VBA MACROS" group. To unsubscribe from this group and stop receiving emails from it, send an email to excel-macros+unsubscr...@googlegroups.com. To post to this group, send email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit this group at https://groups.google.com/group/excel-macros. For more options, visit https://groups.google.com/d/optout.