HOT new job! Java/J2EE/Spring Senior Software Engineer with lead potential

Been a busy summer, trying to enjoy the nice weather when it’s been here. Gearing up for another week off, with a BIG family reunion. Should be a wonderful time to see those we’ve not seen in a long time.

On the recruiting front, July ended up being the busiest recruiting month since the “Great Recession” started in Sept 08. I’ve said it before a few months back, and I’ll repeat it here – the recession in technology, in Boston, appears to now be over. The “recovery” it likely going to be a bumpy road, but all the signs I hear & see from clients & candidates, are pointing in the right direction.

On that front, a GREAT NEW job below:

PLEASE: LOCAL candidates in MA only, no visa transfers, consulting firms, phone calls, or contractors.

=== Senior/Principal Software Engineer with leadership potential. Waltham, MA area

Profitable, mature startup. This is a small team in the software engineering group that specializes in working with middle to back-end technologies.

Developing a new, next-gen product. Great team, growing aggressively in 2009. Multiple Bivium hires.

(from 8/13/09 discussion with hiring manager) The key points your resume should demonstrate:

1. Spring, J2EE, XML and Javascript are all must haves – hands-on coding – not just architecture.

2. Nice to have some JMS (not a must have). Moving to Weblogic and Websphere. That is experience would be a big plus too.

3. The team is 8 people, and 5 of the 8 have less than 4 years experience. Someone who can take on some “technical leadership” or mentoring would get a leg-up on other candidates.

4. Well-rounded engineer – can talk to a customer or colleague as easily as bang out elegant J2EE code

5. Strong top-down SDLC view — not compartmentalized, but someone who can see the

“whole big picture”.

Salary to the 115k area + excellent benefit plan and a very strong engineering team with very low turnover to become part of.

Interested in exploring this opportunity?

Please send a resume to scott@biviumgroup.com – subject line “Senior/Lead Java Spring”

More about me: http://www.linkedin.com/in/scottdunlop – ranked as Boston’s #1 Software Recruiter

Catch-up on my blog for the latest news: https://scottdunlop.wordpress.com/

Formal job desc: The Principal Software Engineer will join a team developing the next generation of products. You will be responsible for all phases of development including writing functional specifications, designing related user interfaces, performing high-level and detailed technical design, implementing software, writing unit tests, characterizing performance, and integrating subsystems. You will be a versatile member of the team, able to contribute to both client-side and server-side initiatives. Required Qualifications: § 10+ years of software engineering experience with 7+ years designing and developing multi-tier enterprise products using J2EE technologies: Java, JDBC, JMS, Spring, Web Services. § Web application user-interface design and implementation experience using J2EE-based technologies, including AJAX and Javascript. § Experience developing and configuring production-quality software that runs on Weblogic, Websphere, or Oracle Application Server. § Experience developing and deploying on multiple OS including Linux, Windows, and Solaris. § High aptitude for learning and mentoring others. § Excellent organizational, interpersonal and communication skills. § BS or MS in Computer Science or Engineering

keywords: Java, J2EE, spring, hibernate, MVC, JMS, Javascript, XML, software engineer, webservices, senior software engineer, principal software engineer, lead engineer, scott dunlop, bivium group, weblogic, websphere

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2 comments
  1. Tarun said:

    Scott how is the job market in August, so far.Good to know that July was good after many months.Hopefully things will look better going forward.Thanks for your insightful posts.

  2. Scott Dunlop said:

    Hi Tarun,

    August has been another strong month, with more jobs opening up and more activity. All signs point towards a robust Sept here in the MA software engineer job market.

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