Systems Integration Developer--Agoura Hills
Our client is looking for a Systems Integration Developer to analyze, develop and deliver core Company business applications, integration with related systems, and ongoing application support. This position is responsible for definition, development, and implementation of new systems for the company. In addition, this position will take on the responsibility for coordinating and executing application releases and deployment processes.
This full time position is located in Agoura Hills, California.
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Professional programming experience with Java and/or C#.
SQL database design and coding skills.
Experienced in full life cycle of software development; requirements analysis, design, development, testing, implementation.
Understanding of object-oriented analysis/design and process modeling
Experience in creating software architecture, design, and other documents.
Practical understanding of application integration technologies.
Agile/Scrum/Extreme Programming experience a plus.
Professional automation scripting experience
Proven experience building automation frameworks
Experience testing Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA), Web Services and XML.
Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) experience a plus
Java, or C#, SQL queries, Agile, Scrum, ESB, Mule, SOA, Web Services, XML
For immediate consideration, please email resumes to: Lynn Bailey at firstname.lastname@example.org
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