Tech Lead, 5+ years experience, J2EE Technolgies

Posted on March 3, 2008. Filed under: Java/J2EE Technologies, Tech Lead |


This is a hands-on technical lead position that requires

– 5+ years experience leading technical projects and day-to-day monitoring of team member’s work progress.
– Demonstrated ability to work independently, interact significantly with cross-functional teams to understand the functional requirements, translate them into technical/system design documents and help the team to develop and deploy complex portal applications.
-Management of builds and deployment cycles.
-Management of multiple priorities while meeting deadlines.
-Excellent written and verbal communication skills
-The ability to grasp issues quickly and make educated, critical judgments
-Good Communication

Technical skills:
The candidate must have a strong J2EE foundation with demonstrated experience in Portal development.
– 5 years or more hands-on development experience in J2EE technology (EJB, JSP, Servlets, JMS, JDBC)
– 2 years or more design/development experience on WSRP with Weblogic Portal (hands-on BEA Weblogic 8.x., Portal Admin, Exposure to 10.x a plus)
– Oracle Database experience
– In depth knowledge of Java frameworks, JavaScript, XML
– User Experience, Usability (understanding of developing the right user interfaces)
– UI related problem solving skills
– Cross browser compatibility

Desirable Skills
– Knowledge in Section 508, US Federal Government Accessibility Standards
If u’re interested,send ur updated profile with following details to

1.Current ctc
2.expected ctc
3.Notice period


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