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EOI - Java Developer

Job Title: EOI - Java Developer
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Canberra, Australian Capital Territory
Industry:
Reference: 0000059556-1_1564105205
Contact Name: Ankit Trikha
Contact Email: ankit.trikha@modis.com
Job Published: July 26, 2019 11:40

Job Description

Expression of Interest - Java Developers


Criteria

  • 3+ years' experience working with one or more of the following Java technologies such as JEE, Servlets and JSP/JSF, EJB & EJB3, JPA, Struts, Spring, SOAP and Web Services;
  • Experience working with RACF and ACF2 (is this mandatory?)
  • Expertise in Java Security
  • Troubleshooting and remediating system incidents, problems and defects;
  • Developing, maintaining and security testing system components;
  • Performing quality assurance checks of design, code and technical dependencies across multiple development components and streams;
  • Developing new and updating existing system design documentation

How to apply

Due to new privacy laws regarding the collection and handling of personal information, all applications must be submitted online. Once you click on the "apply for this job" button below you will be directed to our Online Centre where you will have the opportunity to read and agree to our Privacy and Collection statements and it will allow your details to be formally lodged and processed correctly.


Please note: Only Australian Citizens with a valid Baseline will be considered for this role.

Alternatively, if you would like more information on the role, please contact Ankiton 02 6103 1803 or via email on Ankit.Trikha@modis.com

Modis is a national professional services company with global capability. Our committed and talented professionals have delivered world class IT and business consulting services across a wide range of industries. As a member of global professional services group Adecco, we offer world-class employment opportunities.

Modis is committed to all forms of workforce diversity and we invite and encourage applications from women and indigenous Australians.