Duties and Responsibilities:
- Adhere to rules established to enforce test-driven/behavior-drive development, maintaining wiki pages, code style, and code group/peer review.
- Analyze requirements and technical specifications, and implement assigned development tasks using various web technologies.
- Be a team player, someone who can communicate both orally and through our various written communication mechanisms.
- Be able to work under the supervision of a more senior engineer, completing tasks with the expected degree of quality in a timely fashion.
- Develop, maintain, and debug cloud based micro-service APIs
- Maintain and extend existing on-premise software systems
- Be able to dig in and troubleshoot pre and post production issues.
- Bachelor s (BSc) in engineering, computer science, or related field; master s preferred
- years of experience as a software developer with experience in multiple development languages and platforms delivering multiple commercially deployed products to market
- They are using Java 1.8, at a minimum they need to be at 1.7.
- They want people that have active AWS Deployment and Development Environment experience.
- Experience with Cloud development and deployment best practices on AWS (ECS, EC2, ECR, Lambda, VPC, S3, and IoT)
- Experience with Linux, HTTP, REST, JSON and IP technologies
- Experience with data driven applications and the technologies to manage big data
- Experience with development in an agile workflow utilizing TDD/BDD best practices in a continuous integration environment
- Able to work within a Git/Gitflow-based multi-branched software environment.
- Proficient computer skills, experience with the Atlassian Development Suite (Confluence, Jira, BitBucket), Microsoft Office Suite (Visio, Word, PowerPoint, Outlook, and Excel)
Some more information .
At CV Services, they do Middle-Tier development. And, they need people who have worked extensively with high-transaction based systems.
CV also needs someone with experience developing and deploying into an AWS environment. Not just migrations, but actually deploying into an active AWS environment.