Software Engineer, Applications (Consulting Technical Manager)

Company Name:
Oracle Financial Services Software, Inc.
Duties: Architect, design, implement and provide technical support for multi-tier software applications for clients within the banking/financial industry; design (or create prototype) multi-tier applications using open source frameworks, various interaction models, workflows and tools; guide the development team activities including prioritizing requests, designing solutions, and supervising the development efforts; work with program managers, business analysts and business users to understand the business requirements and translate them into functional/technical specifications; perform and coordinate various activities including execution of test plans, provide support during user acceptance testing, defect triage, technical support.
Requirements: Employer will accept Bachelors degree in Computer Science, Engineering, or related technical field, followed by five years of progressive, post-baccalaureate work experience in job offered or five years of progressive, post-baccalaureate work experience in a computer-related occupation. Experience must include: WebLogic, J2EE, Java Swing, Java scripts, JSP, EJB, Unix shell scripts, Ant scripts for build, Business Objects, Struts, Oracle, Sybase, Rational ClearQuest, MVC, relational databases, workflow, LDAP, Rational ClearCase, and Visual Source Safe. Any suitable combination of education, training, or experience is acceptable. Must be available to work on projects at various, unanticipated sites throughout the United States.
CONTACT: Mail resume to Attn: #6181.134 Oracle Financial Services Software, Inc., 399 Thornall Street, 6th Floor, Edison, New Jersey 08837

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