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Developer-Full Stack Senior

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  • Salary: $70-75
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  • Work Eligibility: USC, GC
  • Job ID: 08367
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Job Description:

Supplier Vetting Questions:

1) How do you set goals? Please provide an example of a goal you have reached recently; What was the goal? How did you reach it?
2) How do you handle challenges or difficult situations. Please provide an example of a challenge you’ve overcome recently and the steps you took to do it.


Developing applications in java and java script mainly.
50/50 front end to back end

Must Have skills:

Java and JavaScript are the absolute must haves.
Spring, hibernate. angular and J Query are secondary.
Just regular Junit testing, using Mockito.
Won’t be writing complex queries but need to do simple queries in SQL server.

Nice to have:

Doesn’t really care about industry exp, nice to have mortgage/financial though.


• At least 7 years of hands-on software development and programming experience with knowledge of application, data and architecture design patterns and principles.
• Must have a strong background in developing scalable applications and services based on Java frameworks such as Spring/Spring Boot/Spring Cloud, Hibernate, Kafka and Netflix stack for microservices.
• Must possess experience developing rich, classy and sophisticated web UI based on Angular framework, jQuery and Material design.
• Familiarity with REST API design, development and documentation.
• Experience with build and integration tools, including knowledge of Gradle, Jenkins, Git and Docker.
• Strong acumen to learn the business functions and features that need to be delivered.

Preferred Skills:

• Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or equivalent experience.
• Proficiency with fundamental web front-end languages and frameworks.
• Familiarity with database technologies such as SQL Server, Sybase, Redis, MongoDB and so on.
• Experience writing automated unit, integration, regression, performance, and acceptance tests.