Java / Oracle Developer (2014-9161)

Company Name:
STG, Inc.
STG has an immediate opening for Java/Oracle Developer. Responsibilities will include integration design, development, testing, deployment and transition to clients in support of our Department of State project located in Arlington, Virginia.

This job requires that you are a US Citizen with the eligibility for a DoD Government Secret security clearance.
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.
Contribute to architecture, design, and development of applications built with the Oracle 11g Fusion Middleware technologies, J2EE and web applications
Perform systems modeling, simulation, and analysis
Participate in large system and subsystem planning
Design and code software components, units, and modules in accordance with project specifications.
Support testing and debugging of components and units
Contribute to technical documentation development


Experience and Education:
US Citizenship with ability to obtain a DoD Secret Clearance
5+ years of development experience
2+ recent years of hands-on development experience with Java and Oracle Application Development Framework.
Experience with J2EE and its use in web applications.
Knowledge of J2EE standards used for implementation of enterprise software such as Java Server Faces (JSF), Java Server Pages (JSP), Servlets, Java Persistence API (JPA) and frameworks (i.e. MVC architecture, Spring).
Experience with portal frameworks, application servers (J2EE/Weblogic).
Experience using SOAP, WSDL, XSDs and REST to develop Web Services.
Experience with client-side, web-development languages (HTML, JavaScript/JQuery, CSS).
Knowledge of applications and systems development lifecycle principles, practices, and procedures.
Good understanding of design patterns, object construction and application architecture strategies.
Desired:

Active Secret Clearance
Oracle Certification
National Information Exchange Model (NIEM) experience
CRM experience


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