Posted in General Business 30+ days ago.
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Location: Quincy, Massachusetts
This is full stack web developer position work on State Street strategic project. The work environment is dynamic and fast paced. The position requires hands on experience in web application development, leading IT technologies in particular J2EE, RDBMS and Web Development. The person in this role will be completely hands-on and will work with cross-functional teams.
The work environment is dynamic and fast paced. The position requires hands-on experience in web application development, leading IT technologies in particular J2EE and Web Development. The person in this role will be completely hands-on and will work with cross-functional teams.
•Write application UI and backend code.
•Consult with technical team lead and Business Analysts on aspects of functional specifications.
•Identifies and resolves application issues and bugs.
•Quality code development with reasonable timeline.
•Participation in design review and code review.
•Provide assessments of task duration, complexity, progress, and risk to team leads and scrum master.
•Software configuration and build management.
•Conduct unit and integration testing.
•Provide system documentation
•B.S. or equivalent degree in Computer Science or related field
•4 years of experience in professional software development
•Hands on experience in J2EE, Web Development and UNIX
•Hands on experience in HTML, HTML5, CSS, Java Script frameworks Angular JS, Bootstrap, React JS, NodeJS
•Good knowledge of object oriented design methodology and design patterns
•Experience in user experience solutions through wireframes, prototype, visual assets, flowcharts and functional specifications
•Ability to analyze business requirements and develop solutions to the business needs
•Ability to communicate effectively and in a professional manner both written and orally
•Be a team player with a positive attitude, enthusiasm, initiative, and self-motivation.
•Ability to multi-task and meet aggressive timelines