Application Programmer V
Company: Mitchell Martin Inc
Posted on: May 6, 2021
Our client, one of the largest banks in the US with wealth
management, investment banking, and international business, is
seeking an Application Programmer V
Location: Newark, DE
Position Type: Contract
Develops, enhances, debugs, supports, maintains and tests software
applications that support business units or supporting functions.
These application program solutions may involve diverse development
platforms, software, hardware, technologies and tools. Participates
in the design, development and implementation of complex
applications, often using new technologies. May provide technical
direction and system architecture for individual initiatives.
Serves as a fully seasoned/proficient technical resource. Will not
have direct reports but may lead projects and direct activities of
a team related to special initiatives or operations. May have
responsibility for a project and project budget. May collaborate
with external programmers to coordinate delivery of software
application. Routine accountability is for technical knowledge and
capabilities. Works under minimal supervision, with general
guidance from more seasoned consultants. Typically requires 2-5
years of experience
-5+ years of web and rest services application programming
-Working knowledge of software frameworks such as Struts, Spring,
Spring MVC, Groovy, Scala, Open Source components, Rest API
-Working experience with the latest Front End technologies - HTML5,
CSS3, SASS, and new design patterns - Responsive Web Design, MVC,
libraries (examples - React, Polymer, Angular, jQuery, and
-Experience of using one or multiple J2EE application servers. Deep
understanding of OO design is a must.
-Basic database and SQL skills. Experience with the development
models such as Agile and SDLC.
-Knowledge of test driven development.
-Must be able to handle multiple tasks and adapt to a constantly
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