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Location: Mooresville,, NC
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Title: Client/Server Application Developer I
Location: Mooresville, NC
Duration:6+ Months Contract

  • Code, test, and analyzing 2-tier, 3-tier, or N-tier client/server applications.
  • Support existing business systems applications.
  • Consult with business analysts to identify business needs and appropriate technical solutions.
  • Design and document technical requirements for business applications.
  • Assist with the design, development, testing, and documentation of web sites/pages. 
  • Support production and maintenance of existing applications. 
  • Assist with the development of client business requirements and preparation of specifications, attend meetings and reply to users with basic information.
  • HTML programming and Web page development.
  • Java development skills

Must Haves: 
  • 10+ years overall experience 
  • Java Development experience 
  • Google Cloud Platform (GCP) Development experience Microservices 

Next Much Haves: 
  • Node Development experience 
  • DevOps 
  • Continuous Integration (CI) 
  • Continuous Development (CD) 
  • Agile Development 

Nice to Have: 
  • Retail systems development Experience

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science, CIS, or related field preferred 
  • 1-3 years of experience in Web design, Java development for web-based applications, and Web publishing or equivalent experience. 
  • Ability to respond quickly to production environment demands and to work well within a team environment  

Scope for Request:
  • Senior Developer with at least 10 Years of relevant experience, preferably in Retail.

Primary Skills:
  • Java, Node, Microservices, Google Cloud Platform, CI/CD

Interview Process: 
  • Video Conference/Phone initial 
  • On-site ideally but not required 

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