Java Middleware JBoss SOA Developer, Sr

Company Name:
Paul May & Associates
JBoss Hibernate Developer, Itasca, IL 60143
Salary is commensurate with experience.
Company is moving from suburbs to downtown location, near train stations, May 2015.
Company will not provide relocation or sponsor for this position
Key points: Must have 7+ years' of core java, J2EE experience and 2+ years of Jboss and SOA experience, and extensive XML based web
Summary: The Sr. Java Developer will be part of Company's middleware team and will be responsible for designing, developing, and implementing complex integration for end-to-end solutions at a middleware level using JBoss SOA components.
o Bachelor's degree in
Science, Engineering, or related discipline, or equivalent in training and experience is required;
o 5+ years' of in-depth experience in java / j2ee software development;
o 2+ years' JBoss SOA experience;
o Strong experience in Hibernate;
o 3+ years of experience developing Web Services in java;
o XML related experience required, such as XML, XSD, XSLT and XPath;
o 3+ years of design experience using Design Patterns and Integration Patterns;
o Demonstrated thorough understanding of modern enterprise architecture, hands on experience with Enterprise Application Integration Middleware and Platforms;
o Proven track record of successfully delivering SOA/middleware integration projects;
o Experience in Object Oriented Principals;
o Experience coding or debugging against Java APIs;
o Experience with Test Driven Development is a plus;
o Experience with deployment and administration of J2EE Application Servers and Containers, e.g. Tomcat, JBoss, Spring, etc...;
o Experience with SOA, ESB, JMS messaging, transaction and integration technologies;
o Strong interpersonal skills; ability to work effectively in dynamic environment with a broad range of end-user configurations; ability to participate in team environment and build strong working relationships;
o Experience with Agile methods a plus;
o Ability to provide and share in 24/7 support.

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