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WebSphere Application/Portal Developer
Ref No.: 14-00008
Location: Warsaw, Indiana
Position Type:Direct Placement
Start Date: 06/18/2014
WebSphere Application Programmer

Company: This is a company in an exciting growth Industry (Medical Products). Our client is incredibly innovative and cutting edge. The reason you want to work here is this is a ground floor opportunity wiith a large and growing firm, with an incredible company culture, with extremely talented teams. If you are considering a change to a better firm, you will be excited to meet the team

Position Type: Perm
Location: Near Fort Wayne, Indiana,or Southbend, IN
Salary: Base plus bonus, exceptional benefits


Job Summary
The WebSphere Application Programmer works with other team members to design, develop, test, deploy, and maintain web-based solutions within an IBM WebSphere Portal Server environment.

Responsibilities
Design, develop, test, and deploy WebSphere portal sites or components of sites that fulfill requirements.
Design, develop, test, and deploy portlets, servlets, and JSPs to a WebSphere Environment.
Create JDBC data access objects for MS SQL Server, SAP, and Oracle databases.
Develop customized themes for WebSphere Portal sites.
Work with and mentor other web application development team members.

Experience
Minimum five years experience developing Java web applications.
Minimum four years experience developing IBM WebSphere Portal solutions. (We need a Websphere expert)

Required Knowledge/Skills
Advanced knowledge and skills in designing and developing effective user experiences.
Advanced skills in creating complex portal websites using IBM WebSphere Portal Server with Web Content Manager deployed on a Microsoft Server platform.
Advanced skills in creating data-driven portlets using Web Experience Factory and/or Rational Application Developer.
Advanced Java programming skills.
Advanced SQL skills.

Desired Knowledge/Skills
Knowledge and skills in incorporating into WebSphere portal sites legacy applications that were not written in Java and were not intended to function within a WebSphere environment.
Skilled in transferring knowledge to other team members.