Software Developer Sr. Java

Company Name:
New Breed, Inc.
Serves as a team member for analysis of business problems and proposes software solutions as appropriate. Provide estimates as required. Creates functional specifications and detailed design specifications for programs to be developed. Converts system designs and technical specifications into program code for complex applications. Develops, tests, and maintains complex application software. Complies with project standards and processes related to producing quality software products and documentation. Provides project management for moderately sized, complex efforts. Works with little direct supervision. Serves as a mentor to junior programmers in department. Debugs and troubleshoots existing program code and corrects errors as required. Provides Level 2 support to resolve systems-related issues; includes periodic 24x7 on-call support as required by teams scheduled rotation. Applies software releases to production in a controlled, methodical manner. Verifies systems are stable after patch application. Requires knowledge of Unix, NT, Visual Basic, Java, Oracle, SQL Server, Visual Studio, CVS, VB, ASP, and .NET. Requires understanding of component based software, object oriented methods, Internet technologies, client/server architectures, relational databases, structured development, test methodologies and data warehousing. Requires: (1) Masters Degree in
Science or related field plus 1 year experience architecting and developing large, scalable, distributed or web-based applications; OR (2) Bachelors Degree in Computer Science or related field plus 5 years progressive experience architecting and developing large, scalable, distributed or web-based applications. Foreign equivalents accepted. Please mail resume with cover letter to: New Breed, Inc., 4043 Piedmont Parkway, High Point, NC 27265, Attn: Recruiting. AA/EOE

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