Senior TIBCO Engineer

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  • 6 or more years' experience in Java development, middleware, distributed computing and Service Oriented Architecture (SOA)
  • Proven history of successful interaction with internal customers and/or enterprise IT department
  • Strong working knowledge of modern Java-related/SOA-related frameworks and ability to develop design patterns for specific technical problems/stereotypes
  • Strong working knowledge of Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) and associated concepts such as XML Schemas, WS specifications, SOAP, Service Mediation/ESB, Policy Management, Governance, Messaging, etc.
  • 6 -7 years of hands-on development experience with TIBCO EMS, Business Works and Hawk
  • Hands-on installation, configuration and maintenance TIBCO EMS, Business Works HAWK environments. This includes troubleshooting production issues, deploying application and configuration components.
  • Highly motivated, results-oriented team player with an ability to work with minimal supervision
  • Strong written, verbal and analytical skills
  • Understanding of Managed File Transfer protocols like AS2, Connect Direct, sftp
  • Understanding of API Gateway products like Layer 7/CA XML Gateway products.

What are the 3-4 non-negotiable requirements on this position?

Looking for a more senior resource 6 years of expertise with TIBCO BusinessWorks and EMS 6 years of experience with TIBCO monitoring and B2B gateway Expertise with TIBCO Administration Excellent communication skills

What are the nice-to-have skills?

Service orientation architecture

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