Java Web Developer
TeraDact Solutions's patented information management technology identifies, tags, and selectively shares sensitive information, either manually or automatically according to extendible user-defined rules. This includes unstructured data, freeform text within documents and underlying metadata. TeraDact also has a robust audit function that tracks document checking, tagging, redaction and sharing at a fine-grained level within documents.
We are looking for Servlet/JSP web developers to work with our back-end engineers and product stakeholders to design and build highly scalable workflow applications that leverage our easily embeddable rule engine and our GWT-based review and sharing tools.
• BSc or MSc in computer science, computer engineering, or related field
• Excellent problem solving skills
• Ability to quickly learn new skills and technologies
• Good communication skills, both written and verbal
• Must be able to work well in a team
• Knowledge of best practices for software development and software product quality
• Exposure to Open Source products
• Experience developing high performance and high usability web application
• Strong Java programming skills, with excellent UI design ability
• Familiarity with web interfaces and data formats (REST, JSON, XML)
• Experience with application servers (Jetty, Tomcat, JBoss, WebSphere, Weblogic)
• Eclipse, Junit, Maven2, Subversion
• Windows and Linux
We are looking for someone to work on a custom application under the supervision of a senior developer. The current requirements are limited in scope and duration, but may lead to expanded responsibilities and extended employment in the future. We would prefer someone who is closer to graduating (Senior), and compensation would be based on their skill set and the amount of time they have to dedicate to the position.
Please send your resumes to Erin Kane at email@example.com, I will follow up once I receive their resumes and schedule a time for the interviews. We are looking to conduct interviews next week.