• Senior Java Engineer

    Position Summary:

    HealthEdge is looking for Senior Engineer who is passionate about solving real world business problems to join our team. As a Senior Java Engineer you will be working on the product from top to bottom, while creating and enhancing capabilities in various modules.  In this role you will be handle performance tuning, address customer issues and be the chief problem solver with plenty of unique assignments within the department. This hire will be a key member involved with design discussions, coding on the backend and will work heavily with the database and J2EE.

    Who you are:

    You will be an experienced Java developer with background in Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) and enterprise application integration (EAI) concepts and development.  You will be responsible for the design, implementation and development within Java on the WebLogic Application Server platform. You will be involved in all phases of software development including: requirements definition, design, architecture, development, testing, and deployment to bring cutting edge technologies to market.

    What you will do:

    • As a part of agile team, implement new features according to the requirements while adhering to the highest professional development standards
    • Develop application components in Java to maintain existing and to create new services
    • Solve interesting technology and usability challenges
    • Ensure applications receive thorough unit, system, and integration testing
    • Provide solution support and troubleshooting following deployment
    • Promote agile principles and methodology
    • Practice and promote test driven development and test automation
    • Practice and promote DevOps principles and methodology, CI/CD and automated DevOps pipelines


    • A minimum of 5 years' related experience in a commercial software development role
    • BS/MS Computer Science
    • Strong object-oriented programming skills
    • Hands-on development experience using Java, J2EE, XML, SOAP and SQL
    • Familiarity with message queues, event sourcing, NoSQL data stores
    • Prior experience with performance optimization and troubleshooting of Java applications
    • Linux and shell or other Unix scripting languages as well as with Oracle and relational databases, including experience with database installation, administration, and performance tuning
    • Experience working with application servers
    • Prior experience with healthcare applications is a plus
    • Experience in the full software development lifecycle using an Agile development process
    • Experience working CI, CD and DevOps practices
    • Strong problem solving and troubleshooting skills
    • Excellent communication skills


    Posted By: Jessica Tavares on May 19, 2020 9:56 AM
    Expires On: Jun 30, 2020 12:00 AM
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