Java Developer

Company Name:
RCM Technologies
Reference # : 14-02547 Title : Java Developer
Location : Basking Ridge, NJ
Position Type : Contract
Experience Level : Start Date : 11/24/2014
Java Developer
Developer Resources will be working within Optum Technologies to support the enhancements, revisions and configuration Healthcare Exchange projects
Working with and will be based in the NJ Delivery Center team, with 100 + resources in Basking Ridge NJ. Postion requires travel and working remotely at client locations such as Boston, Vermont as needed.
Top responsibilities for this position:
o Resources will be a experienced resources on the team with responsibilities that span across designing, developing and testing healthcare software applications to support HIX projects
o Resources will work with system analysts to flesh out project requirements and help design high-level system specifications, as well as work with QA resources to assist with test prep and test execution.
What software tools/skills are needed to perform these daily responsibilities?
o 5+years development experience with Java, JavaScript, Spring, JSP, & Oracle
o 5+ years development experience with J2EE application servers WebLogic, JBoss or WebSphere
o Hands on experience with JEE application deployment technology.
o Thorough knowledge with JEE application platform configuration and performance optimization
o Hands-on development experience using Java, oracle software stack
o Demonstrated ability to work independently and within a team environment.
o Healthcare Payer domain expertise is highly desirable but not required
Ability to work in a team along with remote teams a plus.
Ability to work in multi vendor, multi stakeholder enviroment a plus
Strong communication to interface with business and other stakeholders a plus
What skills/attributes are nice to have?
o Prior experience with performance optimization and troubleshooting of Java applications,
o Client facing - demonstrated strong communication skills
Prior HIX project Experience a plus

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