Full Stack Java Developer

  • location: Camden, NJ
  • type: Contract
  • salary: $50 - $62.50 per hour
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Full Stack Java Developer

job summary:
One of our South Jersey clients is looking for a Full Stack Java Developer who is a strong communicator and able to run with small enhancements on their own. this is a senior level Java role.

Must be able to interview and work onsite in southern, NJ

location: Camden, New Jersey
job type: Contract
salary: $50.00 - 62.50 per hour
work hours: 9 to 5
education: Bachelors
This is a straight forward Senior level full-stack Java role.

  • Experience in Java including data structures, algorithms, and asynchronous architectures
  • Knowledge of Java enterprise systems
  • Experience in web services software architecture and design (REST/SOAP), including security-based implementations
  • Experience in Spring framework
  • Experience in HTML, CSS, Javascript
  • Experience implementing transaction and, management and persistence using ORM frameworks (JPA and Hibernate)
  • Experience SQL (Insert, update, delete, select)
  • Experience with STRUTS
  • Experience in Angular front-end framework (Angular 1.x and 2.0)
  • Experience in building enterprise web applications leveraging responsive design for mobile devices (not mobile apps; but, web apps running on mobile devices such as tablets)
  • Knowledge of query tuning such as use with explain plans
  • Experience with database data modeling
  • Experience with Oracle PL/SQL

Equal Opportunity Employer: Race, Color, Religion, Sex, Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity, National Origin, Age, Genetic Information, Disability, Protected Veteran Status, or any other legally protected group status.

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