JAVA Developer (Mid-level)

Location: Washington DC Region
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Employment Type: Direct Hire
Contact: itc.rockville@hirestrategy.com

Our client in the Potomac, MD area is looking for a talented Mid to Sr. level Java Developer to join their team. This individual would join a driven company that believes in establishing strong relationships with clients and developing top notch solutions. Our client has the feel of a startup while maintaining their footing as an industry leader. The ideal candidate will be highly motivated and dedicated to taking the company to the next level.

Qualifications:

- Capable of working in a small, well run, high quality, familial type of environment

- You will have the opportunity to learn many phases of a product start-up type environment

- 5+ years of JAVA (J2EE) programming experience

- Knowledge of Spring

- Strong SQL/Database skills

Desired (but not required) Experience:

- Hibernate

- Linux

- Shell Scripting and PERL (a plus, not required)



Duties:

  • Build usable, performing, redundant, scalable applications

  • Write maintainable, clear, concise and annotated code

  • Update and improve current operations while also developing our next gen systems

  • Contribute new concepts and solutions to the team

  • Work with developers, system administrators, analysts, management, and the dogs that wander into your office

  • Be a creative thinker and a problem solver who focuses on producing results


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