Allied Consultants, Inc. is an Austin-based firm which has for 25 years been a premier provider of technical and business professionals to clients in Texas. We are currently seeking an experienced Java Developer to be a key resource on a technical services team.
Allied Consultants offers its family of consultants excellent rates, a local support staff, and an attractive benefits package which includes medical insurance (Allied shares a percentage of the cost), life insurance, a matching 401(k) plan and a cafeteria plan.
Candidates selected for interview will be required to undergo criminal background checks and may be required to complete a drug screen in accordance with Federal and State Law. Offers of Employment are contingent on a successful background check
Allied Consultants is an equal opportunities employer.
A Texas state agency requires a java developer to assist in enhancing an existing application module based on user request. The developer will assist in the development of a module allowing external users (applicants) to update or submit a new application electronically improving data quality and reducing staff time spent reviewing applications for the agency.
Ability to articulate engineering design strategies related to scalability, performance, security, usability and development platforms;
Exceptionally strong written and verbal communication skills, interpersonal skills and organizational skills;
Experience with writing SQL and PL/SQL in Oracle;
5 or more years of experience with in depth knowledge of Java and J2EE, Hibernate/ORM, JSF Primefaces, Web Services (REST and SOAP), JPA, EJBs and Patterns/OO Design;
Knowledge of developing and consuming web services;
Knowledge of internet security exposures and how to code to prevent the application from being hacked or hijacked;
Working knowledge of multiple current Java application frameworks such as CDI (WELD), Spring, Grails, JSF, Play, etc.;
Test Driven Java development experience.
Knowledge of developing and consuming web services.
Knowledge of internet security exposures and how to code to prevent the application from being hacked or hijacked