Urgent Need Back-End Java Developer (Radnor, PA) 06+ Months Contract

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Job Title: Back-End Java Developer

Location: Radnor, PA (Local need)

Duration: 06+ Months Contract

Only local candidates for the Face-Face interview

Project -

They would be supporting a yearlong project that would involve web services, messaging technologies (Rabbit MQ), Spring Framework, core Java. Basically back-end Java work


Would like someone with 3-5 years experience, does not want senior. This is a pure Backend Java Developer position.

Key for this role is back end Java with experience working with data and databases

Job Description:

• 3 – 5 years of software development experience (does not want a senior person)

• Passion for technology and solving difficult problems

• Proficiency in Java and at least one other programming language

• Experience with relational databases (Oracle, PostgreSQL)

• Competency in unit testing and test-driven development (a plus)

• Experience with Java build tools (Maven, Ant, Ivy)

• Experience developing Java backend applications and services

• In-depth knowledge of web technologies and protocols

• Experience with version control systems (Subversion, Git, Mercurial, etc.)

• Experience on Linux/UNIX environments

• Ability to work well with others

• Excellent verbal and written communication skills with an ability to tailor communications to both technical and non-technical audiences

Desired Skills:

Spring and Linux are nice to have….but not needed