Senior Java Oracle Developer

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The technology stack includes Oracle, SQL, PL/SQL, C# (UI), Java, UNIX scripting. Responsibilities and Attributes: - Work with BAs and other teams to understand the requirements - Design and develop the solutions for the business. - Integrate with new down-stream systems / consumers. - Update existing data-models in accordance with latest upstream system changes. - Implement unit tests. - Performance optimization. - Provide third level technical support function to assist SL1/SL2 support teams to resolve complex issues. Experience and Attributes - 5+ years, full-time hands-on commercial development experience with Java and Oracle - Strong Java, J2EE, Spring, Spring Batch, SQL, PL/SQL. - Experience with various containers like Websphere, Weblogic or RedHat JBoss EAP and Spring - Experience with Messaging middleware (e.g. JMS, Tibco RV etc) - Experience with Hibernate (or other ORM tools) and JDBC - Experience in working within a co-located/distributed development team. - Solid software engineering skills and willingness to learn new technologies - Experience with version control-systems (e.g. SVN, etc.). - Experience in build tools such as Maven or Ant - Experience with enterprise design/diagram drawing tools (e.g. Visio, SparX Enterprise Architect, etc.) - Self-motivated, result oriented with strong analytical skills. Good at problem solving. - Working experience in performance optimization and tools such as jProfiler, jManage etc - Working on large projects / programs (covering many regions / many business areas). - Good spoken and written communication skills. - Knowledge of SDLC - Waterfall and/or Agile (Scrum) Nice to have: - Experience in C# - Experience in Web applications development such as HTML5, AngularJS, Bootstrap, • Experience in data modeling. - Experince in Test Driven Development, continuous integration etc - Knowledge of UNIX/Linux Scripting and Perl • Experience in the Instrument Reference Data read more