Sr Oracle SOA Developer

Company Name:
ClearedPath
Sr Oracle SOA Developer ID
2014-9188
Job Location
US - VA - ROSSLYN
Posted Date
4/24/2014
More information about this job:
About the Team:
Join STG, Inc. and watch your career soar! Be part of a diverse team of men and women who solve the most challenging problems today.
STG has an immediate opening for an Oracle/SOA Developer; seeking candidates with strong experience with Oracle Fusion Middleware technology stack (especially Oracle SOA Suite and Oracle Service Bus). Responsibilities will include integration design, development, testing, deployment and transition to clients. The work is located in Arlington, VA and is metro accessible.
This job requires that you are a US Citizen with a DoD government Secret security clearance.
About the Job:
Duties to include but not limited to the following:
Serve as a member of a team of 5-7 technical staff supporting Oracle Fusion Web Application design and development.
Maintain strong technical skills in relevant integration areas such as SOA, JMS, BPEL, BPMN, Java, Spring, Groovy, XML, XQuery, JQuery, and XPath
Design and code SOA composite applications in accordance with project specifications.
Support testing and debugging of components and units
Collaborate with other engineers on the implementation of a maximum available SOA infrastructure system.
Contribute to technical documentation development
Minimum Qualifications:
Active Secret Clearance
8+ years of relevant experience
Experience using Oracle SOA Suite 11g framework for designing technical solutions based on business processes
Experience using BPEL and BPMN concepts
Experience with XSD, XSLT, XML, XML-RPC, XSL, XSLT, XPATH, XQuery, WSDL.
Strong Java programming skills
Excellent understanding of design patterns, object construction and application architecture strategies
Experience with Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g (BPEL, BPM, OSB, BAM, OSR, OER) products.
Knowledge of SOA frameworks and web services integration via SOAP, REST, etc.
Preferred Qualifications:
Oracle Certification
National Information Exchange Model (NIEM) experience
CRM experience

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