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Senior Java Developer

Idexcel's client is looking for a Senior Java Developer to join their team for a Contract position. Job Title: Senior Java Developer Location: Snoqualmie WA Duration: 6+ months Description: Senior Java Developer to support the critical Care Application, which provides a web and mobile solution with a holistic view of a customer's experience on the enterprise cell network. It provides interactive troubleshooting for device performance on Android and iOS, coverage and triage services, and network-provisioned features. This person will be expected to develop new features, provide maintenance and support, as well as help lead code reviews for the team of offshore developers. The existing application is .NET but will be migrated to Java by the end of the year, new services are being written in Java. Required skills: 8+ years of development experience. Springboot. JQuery, CSS, HTML5, JavaScript. KnockoutJS (highly preferred as most of the code is written in this). AngularJS. REST APIs, WCF, Web Services. Java. Nice to have skills: NodeJS VueJS APIGEE PC This is a great opportunity and if you have any interest in hearing more of the details please contact Chandrasekhar on 703.230.2697 and/or chandrasekhar@idexcel.com. About IDEXCEL, INC Idexcel is a global staffing and IT services organization, with a mission to bring great people and great organizations together. Our diverse client base represents a wide range of industries, including technology, telecom, insurance, healthcare, manufacturing, banking & financial services, food & commodities trading and federal organizations. Our teams of experienced recruiters directly work with client companies seeking exceptional people to help with their business initiatives. Idexcel, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, disability, military status, national origin or any other characteristic protected under federal, state, or applicable local law.

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