Jave Developer

Company Name:
Talis Consulting Group

Seattle area online Travel Company that has 350 employees with a fun start up atmosphere that is wholly owned by a local fortune 100 company, is seeking a creative, team oriented, and motivated programmer to assist with the development on upcoming projects and enhancements to its reservations system. This will include both internal and online applications and will involve the enhancement and maintenance of reservation system and creation of vendor specific connections via web services for product availability, pricing and reservations. We have a fast paced, growing, and exciting team environment and our ideal candidate enjoys challenges, appreciates being able to apply creative thinking to solve complex business problems and wants to be part of a team that is goal focused and results oriented.

Tasks and responsibilities:

Responsible for gathering user requirements, design and development of in house travel booking application
Troubleshoot and resolve issues that arise with the application in a timely manner
Play instrumental role in development of future travel business applications
Develop and implement enhancements to make the sales floor more efficient
Efficiently work within the defined development processes and SDLC
Take part in the design discussions and update data models
Make changes to the framework files on a need-basis.
Other duties as assigned

Required Skills, Abilities and Certifications:

Bachelor's degree, or the equivalent, in Computer Science, Engineering, or a related field
5 + years of experience with design and development of client/server and/or web based applications
4 + years of experience with core Java technologies and libraries
3 + years of experience with Java EE technologies (Servlet & JSP)
3 + years of experience with JDBC or equivalent data-tier framework, database design & development
3 + years of experience with SDLC frameworks & IT best practices
1 + years of experience with MS-SQL Server and/or Transact-SQL

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