Senior Engineer

Senior Engineer Apply Now Job ID INF000BC9 Date posted 07/28/2017 Location Minneapolis, Minnesota

Senior Engineer

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Target Enterprise, Inc. is currently seeking a full-time Senior Engineer at our offices in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The Senior Engineer will be responsible for writing, developing and unit testing software and building, testing and implementing infrastructure components to meet design specifications. This position requires bachelor's degree or equivalent in Computer Science or related field and 5 years related (progressive, post-baccalaureate) experience. Must also have 3 years of demonstrated ability (which may have been gained concurrently) with each of the following: (1) implementing complex large-scale, real-time Web and Enterprise applications by utilizing Java/J2EE based technologies including Spring MVC, JSP, Ibatis and Web services; and (2) carrying-out the root-cause analysis of Kronos and Java related incidents, events and problems. Must also have 6 months of demonstrated ability (which may have been gained concurrently) with each of the following: (1) working in a scrum team on backlog items including custom java development and Kronos package Upgrade activities; (2) using test driven development (JUNIT) and building CICD pipeline using Maven, Jenkins(JAYS), and Git; and (3) building micro services - Rest web services to support enterprise architecture. Please apply online at https://corporate.target.com/careers/.

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