Java Application Engineer #

Java Application Engineer #25394
Contract position for 11 months
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Responsibilities
Working with a small team to produce product recommendations for the website.
Development work related to small enhancements and bug fixes
Create automated unit test for all work
Work with BSA and QA to understand deliverables.
Write deploy plans as needed
Participate in bi-weekly releases as necessary
Qualifications Required
Java J2EE
Spring/MVC
Hibernate
Oracle as a backend datastore
Qualifications Preferred
Technical vendor management
Writing unit tests (with Junit)
Agile/Scrum
AWS
Continuous Integration/Delivery
DevOps
Performance profiling tools
VanderHouwen & Associates, Inc.
For over two decades, VanderHouwen & Associates, Inc. (VHA), a Women Owned and nationally certified WBENC organization, has been a premier staffing provider of IT, Engineering, and Accounting professionals in the Pacific Northwest. While it might seem unusual for a rapid-deploy, results-driven business like ours to take that responsibility personally, we do. Our President's work ethic not only serves as the foundation of our company, but drives the commitment to individual attention which infuses our culture. Our dedication is to the satisfaction and success of our clients and consultants. We're committed to providing outstanding service to a uniquely demanding industry in a straightforward, ethical, highly personal, and always-responsive manner.
6342 SW Macadam Ave. o Portland, Oregon 97239
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