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Java Developer

Bengaluru, KA
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Role & ResponsibilitiesCandidate will work as a senior developer for the MSAS MS Field Compensation Team, based out of Bangalore. Working closely with the NY team, the candidate will be a hands-on developer building a new strategic rules engine for FA Compensation. The candidate should understand SDLC and be innovative using new technology in the team. Candidate should be able to work in a dynamic environment with limited supervision and should be able to help motivate other team members.Primary Skills / Must have Core Java Relational Databases such as SQL, UDB Integration technologies - MQ/Xml/SOAP/JSON/Protocol Buffers Enterprise Architecture Patterns Build technologies - Ant, Gradle/Maven Sound understanding of Object Oriented Analysis, Design and Programming, familiarity with Design Patterns. Hands on experience with multithreaded systems. Ability to interpret business requirements / technical design documents and design / develop appropriate software solutions Solid understanding and experience with Object-Oriented design and development Excellent communication skills in English language are essential, both written and oralExperience working with global teams. Ability to work in fast paced and dynamic environment. Experience - 3-8 yearsSecondary Skills / Desired skills Familiarity with FA CompensationPrior work on Client facing websites in the banking/brokerage industry a plus.Familiarity with ODM & Rules EnginesFamiliarity with Autosys .Net/C# - WinForms and WPF, DB2, Hibernate, Spring Integration, experience with continuous integration tools (Jenkins)
Additional Degree: BE/ B.Tech (Engineering) | BCA (Computer Application)

Experience: 3-8


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