The Department of Corrections (DOC) has a requirement for the services of an experienced java developer that has exposure from a front-end and back-end web development perspective. This contractor should have prior knowledge plus experience working in a WebSphere architecture along with transitioning to a DevOps architecture utilizing Docker containers. The candidate should have exposure and experience with tools built with Agile and DevOps principles in mind. This contractor will perform data analysis, design, development, testing and implementation for task assignments using key principles, tools and processes of DevOps. These task assignments are required in order to support the transformation effort of modernizing several key web applications for the Department of Corrections.
Tools and techniques used in this position include, but are not limited to; web services, SQL, data structure creation, well defined interfaces, standardized schemas, event driven architecture, reusable components, common schemas. This position follows the life cycle methodologies and transformation to DevOps principles, and performs program coding and testing. Resolves technical issues through debugging, research, and investigation. The contractor should have extensive exposure and experience in developing in a Front End in a DevOps environment:
–Framework for frontend (React or Angular)
–Frameworks for backend (Spring Boot)
–Continuous Integration (GitLab)
–Container concepts (Docker)
–Backend development principles (database, server, and REST APIs).
Job Types: Full-time, Contract
Salary: $38.00 to $51.00 /hour
Tagged as: java