Jacobs Java Middleware Developer in Hanover, Maryland
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Jacobs is currently interviewing TS/SCI w/ Poly candidates for a Java Middleware Developer. The position supports our government customer in Hanover, Maryland. Responsibilities include:
Software development of new or enhancement of existing capabilities predominately using Java
Java development for new or existing applications
Provide support for deployed capabilities and address bug fixes
Test and debug software code for network connected systems
Perform integration and testing as needed
Collaborate with a team of Software and Systems engineers in an Agile environment to analyze requirements, derive user stories, track issues, and create user documentation
Provide status and update tickets
Here’s What You’ll Need:
TS/SCI w/Poly security clearance
Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or related. Four years of SWE experience may be substituted for a Bachelor’s degree.
Experience with Java development
Experience with JMS
Database experience such as Mongo or MySQL
Experience developing scalable solutions, applicable to both large- and small-scale platforms
Experience with Java development IDEs (e.g. IntelliJ, Eclipse)
Experience with Atlassian tools (Jira, Confluence)
Experience with Git and/or Gitlab
Experience with Gradle
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