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Java Software Engineer

This is a permanent full time position located on site in Guilford, CT. The Software Engineer is part of a team that is responsible for the development and support of applications whose key functions include content management, large scale print, e-delivery, and smartphone support. The person in this role participates in all phases of the SDLC, working on small teams and individual projects. This position reports to a Software Manager. Candidates must have at least 3 years of current Java experience. Essential Functions Design, develop, and test enhancements to the existing content management portal Implement clients using existing platform Produce effective technical documentation where needed Other duties as assigned by management Education Required BA/BS degree, or equivalent combination of education and experience Knowledge & Experience 4+ years of experience in software development, including 3 or more years of working with JAVA or J2EE Familiarity with distributed enterprise applications (systems that span several physical machines) Proficiency in MySQL/Apache/Tomcat Knowledge of smart phone platforms (IOS, Android) preferred Experience working on small and fast paced software teams, preferred Personal Attributes Excellent communication skills, both written and oral Ability to learn new concepts, systems, and software independently and quickly Self-starter, able to work as part of a small team as well as independently, with minimal supervision High energy, positive attitude, professional, and mature Detail-oriented Ability to prioritize work and effectively manage multiple tasks Ability to accurately estimate and meet development deadlines email resume to: kristi@bridge-talent.com

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