Sr Java / Spring Developers (US Citizens for Security Clearance)

We have an immediate need to add?three Senior Java/Spring developers?to a long term (multi-year) Federal Gov't project we have in Rutherford, NJ.?US Citizenship is required to pass the level of Federal Gov't security clearance required to work in this environment.?The qualified candidate can begin working in the environment within a couple of weeks, after the initial criminal check has been completed and while the rest of the clearance is being processed.?All work is performed onsite with the team, 5 days per week, in Rutherford, NJ. No remote options for this Federal project requiring the ability to pass a security clearance.? Due to contract flow-downs with this Federal customer, all consultants must be able to work on W2 (hourly or salary w/ benefits).? No C to C is allowed for this project.?Requirements for this job include:?10+ years of hands-on Java/JEE technology expertise as a developer, preferably within Financial Industry client environments.Hands-on experience building and designing backend services in Java and Spring to create an event-based and reactive service backend.Strong design skills are also required.Should have experience with and knowledge of the Spring framework and several libraries, including Spring Boot, Integration, IO, Data and Security.Knowledge of asynchronous messaging between services and RESTful service design is desirable, but not required.Data caching is a plus (e.g. Hazelcast or ehcache).Other technologies involved are Websphere Application Server, Mulesoft ESB and Oracle.The ability to implement targeted code restructuring to facilitate proper usage of Spring framework and its clean integration with Mule ESB would be ideal.Some knowledge of Angular.js and how it interacts with a backend business logic would also be helpful.?If qualified and interested, please send a fully detailed Word version of a resume along with rate, references and availability to interview and start so we can move forward quickly with the interview process. - provided by Dice
Java, Spring, RESTful web services, Websphere, Oracle

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