Java Developer (Internet Banking)

This job is no longer active!

View all jobs ALTEN Romania active


View all jobs Java Developer (Internet Banking) active on Hipo.ro

View all jobs IT Software active on Hipo.ro


Employer: ALTEN Romania
Domain:
  • IT Software
  • Job type: full-time
    Job level: 1 - 5 years of experience
    Location:
  • BUCHAREST
  • Updated at: 24.02.2019
    Short company description

    ALTEN Romania, part of the international ALTEN Group - with a unique position as Leader in IT & Engineering Consulting, provides support for its clients’ development strategies in the fields of innovation, R&D and IT systems since 1996. The company comprises 2 divisions specialized on its core capabilities: ENGINEERING and IT. These two divisions are: ALTEN TECHNO and ALTEN KEPLER.

    Requirements

    Technical Environment:
     BTT framework;
     Java 6;
     EJB 3.1;
     JPA 2.1 (Open JPA);
     JSF 2.1;
     PrimeFaces 3.4;
     Junit;
     SVN;
     Websphere 6.1 and 8.5;
     Oracle 11g;
     Struts 1.2;
     JSP;
     JQuery;
     Dimensions 9;
     Quality Center 11;
     Rational Application Developer 8.

    Other Requirements (Competencies):
     Relevant experience in developing complex web applications using Java technologies;
     Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Electronics or similar;
     Fluent English, French is a plus;
     Self-motivated and team player.

    Responsibilities

     Developing by adding, changing and migrating of some features for Internet Banking application;
     Maintenance for the written code;
     Unitary testing;
     Technical documentation for the written code.

    Other info

     Join our Java Development team in developing our client’s (banking industry) Internet Banking Solution;
     Work on EB Mobile which is the orchestrator for the Mobile services;
     This orchestrator acts as a middle layer for the mobile and tablet apps by providing web services;
     The security is also partially handled by this application;
     Requests are made to the different backends and converted into JSON replies retrieved by the apps;
     We have also a testing tool developed in Java (out of BTT) that helps testers test the webservices.