Federal - Java Developer (SOA)
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Design and build SOA interfaces to provide SOA foundational architecture for the program along with support Java/Spring based applications. Define the data exchange between the applications that must be integrated, mapping business process activities to the applications that support them and drafting a data object. Build and Test interfaces for SOA Integrations using Oracle fusion middleware SOA suite and service bus (OSB). Gathering business and technical requirements for communication between the CRM and other legacy and external systems. Finalize technology and architecture details related to the integration solution.
Here's what you need:
Minimum 1+ years professional work experience with SOA and developing in Java or other Java frameworks (e.g. Spring).
Experience handling projects and deliverables independently
Very strong communication skills and experience engaging with stakeholders
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