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Junior JavaScript Developer

GreenZone Solutions has a need for Software Developers in support of our Federal client.  The Software Developer will support the client in the design, development, and delivery of complex web applications.  The Software Engineer will provide User Interface (UI), User Centered Design (UCD), and User Experience (UX) services in support of our Government client’s next generation web applications.  This work includes, but is not limited to: design and development of user stories, coding, testing, production and release support, and defect and bug fixes.  Candidates must be US citizens or a permanent resident for the past 3 years.

In this role you will:

  • Design, develop, test, and deliver enterprise web applications using an Agile Software Development Lifecycle
  • Creates and executes unit and regression tests to ensure quality delivery of software code
  • Collaborates with Interaction and Visual Designers to delivery intuitive and user friendly web applications
  • Collaborate with operations teams to successfully deploy software code to integration, test, and production environments

Qualifications:

  • Experience working in an Agile Software Development Lifecycle (SDLC)
  • Experience working within Development and Operations (DevOps) teams
  • Familiarity with all layers of full stack development of web applications to include: user interface and user experience, API and Action layers, Model View Controller, business logic, data access logic, and data modeling
  • Experience developing web applications with JavaScript, Java, RESTful Services, JQuery, JSON, and HTML5
  • Knowledge of Extract, Transform, and Load (ETL) process and tools
  • Experience deploying, operating, and maintaining web applications using Apache Tomcat and JBoss
  • Experience with Continuous Deliver tools such as SVN, Jenkins, Mavin
  • Knowledge of quality management tools such as SONAR, Nexus, Junit, and Selenium
  • Experience developing and executing unit and regression tests

At GreenZone, we are not only committed to providing our employees with the opportunity to pursue their careers, but we also foster a work environment that allows for mutual respect, open lines of communication and rewards for those who contribute to the company’s success and growth. To ensure the highest level of employee satisfaction, we offer a competitive benefits package. Only by recognizing the importance of a balanced work/family life can we ensure loyalty to our company and the highest level of client satisfaction. With outstanding benefits, an exciting work environment, and ample opportunity for growth, GreenZone is the obvious choice for the business and technology leaders of today and tomorrow.

 

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