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Java/UI Developers (2)

Location: Washington DC Region
Category: Information Technology
Employment Type: Contract

Our client is a large nonprofit in the Dulles Corridor.  They are seeking 2 contract software engineers to join their team immediately.


The Engineers will perform analysis, design, development, testing, and debugging of Clearinghouse database-driven application programs. They will assist the development team in providing comprehensive support for existing and new applications. The Software Engineer will be working in an Agile/Scrum environment where the focus is on the team work and ownership of each project.


Primary Responsibilities:

  • Analyze, design, develop, test, and debug multi-tier database-driven Java applications and components to support business requirements.
  • Design, configure, and use ETL process and tools to analyze, manipulate, and integrate data.
  • Create and maintain technical and documentation.
  • Diagnose problems, troubleshoot, and develop technical solutions.
  • Solve problems independently with minimal technical or managerial guidance.
  • Communicate effectively with team members and coach less-experienced team members.



  • Bachelor’s degree in Computer Engineering, Computer Science, or related field.  A combination of education and experience, including through military service will also be considered.
  • 4-7 years of directly related experience in Java programming, SQL development, and experience with building applications using an end-to-end application framework and JEE technology.
  • 1-3 years of experience with Oracle ADF, JSF, ASP, HTML, JavaScript or some equivalent web UI development experience. 
  • Object-Oriented Analysis and Design using UML.
  • SDLC and Agile/Scrum procedures and processes.
  • XML and Web Service application development.
  • Spring and Hibernate frameworks, or some equivalent framework, and multi-tier architecture. 
  • Experience with business tier domain modeling for data-centric applications.