Java Web Developer

Company Name:
The Harvest Consutling Group, Inc.
Our client, a leading, growing company is looking for a Java Web Developer to join their team in Norfolk, VA on a long-term contract basis. The contract is scheduled to run through the end of 2014, with a possibility for extension. You will be part of a project team focused on a new Web site initiative. The Software Development Team executes Web development projects that are a combination of coding and integration with internal and 3rd party Web applications. As a Java Web Developer, you will: Develop new and enhance existing Web based products using a combination of server-side and client-side technologies, including hands-on implementation, test, review, and documentation; Develop solutions and applications that scale across 100 unique markets and Web sites in a multi-site hosting architecture; Work with business owners during the requirement gathering and acceptance testing process; Utilize bug and enhancement tracking software and processes; Use version control systems effectively; and document solutions to institutionalize knowledge for the development, operational, support, and end user communities.
5+ years of Java Web development experience in an Agile environment, including experience integrating with a third party product.
Must have experience working in a large, enterprise Web Hosting or ISP environment.
Experience with the following technologies required: Web 2.0, Java 1.6 (and above), SQL Server 2008 (and above), JavaScript, HTML, XML, CSS, AJAX, JSON.
Fluent in Object Oriented ( OO ) JavaScript programming techniques, including experience in managing common design and JavaScript libraries ( i.e. jQuery, Prototype, etc. ) across multiple sites.
Demonstrated professional development experience developing and consuming RESTful Web Services.
Experience with a SCM ( i.e. Git, Subversion, etc. ).
Unit testing and debugging using tools ( i.e. Firebug, Fiddler, etc. ).
Experience with media related Web sites is a strong plus.
Bachelors degree required. Technical discipline preferred.

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