MTS 1 Software Engineer Bill Me Later (12 Month contract) - 7880

Company Name:
UpStream Global Services
We have an immediate contract opportunity for a Software Engineer , with one of our F500 clients in Timonium, MD
This position is for a senior software engineer in the Quality Infrastructure team.
o Leading technical design sessions and writing technical design documents.
o Design and implementation of automation frameworks.
o Managing technical scope and client expectation
o Managing the technical delivery of integrations.
o Provide mentorship, code-reviews, and guidance for junior team members.
A qualified candidate should have the following:
o 7+ years of Java development experience.
o Can go end-to-end on any stack, quickly digging in to unearth the best patterns and design decisions.
o Have made smart architectural decisions in a smart modular maintainable way and proven track record designing massively scalable systems.
o Experience in the capacity of a Technical Architect.
o Familiar with large-scale systems constructed with Java-language components, including JEE and JSE APIs.
o Love to see beautiful code and make it possible for others to contribute using your well-defined conventions.
o Proficiency with the Spring framework (Security, AOP, etc.).
o Proficiency with Maven 2.0.
o Proficiency with Hibernate; strong in SQL and relational DB concepts.
o Familiarity with Agile/Scrum process.
o Ability to lead feature or sub-system design/implementation efforts.
Nice to Have:
o Strong and recent experience with developing or working within an automated testing framework
o Experience with test automation using Selenium or similar open source automation tools

Masters Degree or Equivalent

For immediate consideration please contact,
UpStream Global Services

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