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The Java Application Developer position is a mid-level position that develops server side applications written in Java using the Spring framework. The successful candidate should be an experienced developer with a desire to work as a member of a creative software development team. The right person will have an enthusiasm for learning and an innovative mindset.
Middleware maintains many enterprise software applications used for identity management.
A candidate for this position will be able to write professional quality Java code, analyze software requirements to develop software to specification, and analyze existing software for defects. The candidate will have the opportunity to contribute to the growing identity management architecture at Virginia Tech.
Master's degree in computer science or information technology, or equivalent experience
Significant experience programming in Java
Demonstrated working experience developing software with Spring framework
Fluent in HTTP
Experience in business process analysis, including requirements gathering, analysis and documentation, and the application of information technology to satisfy business requirements.
Understanding of technology architecture and the complexities of enterprise software.
Ability to work collaboratively with technical and non-technical personnel.
Excellent problem solving skills with a detail-oriented mindset.
Experience in development and delivery of enterprise software.
Experience with GIT based source control.
Experience building and consuming REST APIs
Experience with various persistent storage technologies including a working knowledge of SQL, relational data stores, and key/value stores.
A good understanding of networking and core Internet protocols (e.g. TCP/IP, DNS, NTP).
Practical knowledge using LDAP directories as a persistent data store
Employee Category: Administrative and Professional Faculty
Appointment Type: Regular
Tenure Status: Non-Tenure Track
Percent Employment: Full-time
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