Institutional Shareholder Services, Inc.

  • Java/JSF Junior Software Engineer

    Job Locations IN-MH-Mumbai
    Job ID
    2018-1771
    Category
    Information Technology
  • Overview

    Purpose, mastery and autonomy! We provide all three at ISS where we are building state of the art proxy distribution and voting platforms, to help shareholder make key corporate decisions around the world. We're looking for a full-stack developer to help build our platforms using Java, Oracle/SQL-Server, Spring, web services and JSF. If this sounds like you, please come join our elite team of engineers.

    Responsibilities

    Here's what you'll be doing:

    • Building our highly scalable applications that manipulate large datasets in seconds
    • Developing rich user interfaces which incorporate complex business workflows.
    • Play an active role in an agile team working on large web applications used by our business teams in addition to robust and scalable data exchange interfaces, data processors.
    • Responsible for all phases of software development process from technical design and delivery estimates to implementation, testing, defect management and support.

    Qualifications

    Here's what you need:

    • Bachelors / Master’s degree in Computer Science, Mathematics, Engineering or related field.
    • 2 – 4 years of current software development experience.
    • 2+ years of real industry experience with Java.
    • 1+ years of experience with JSF.
    • 1+ years of experience building rich user interfaces.
    • Good understanding of object oriented programming.
    • Great analytical, reasoning, and problem-solving skills.
    • Familiarity with Oracle or SQL Server.
    • Good understanding of HTML 5 and CSS 3.

     

    And for bonus points:

    • Experience with Eclipse, SVN and Maven.
    • Experience with Tomcat and Prime Faces.
    • Knowledge of popular design patterns and Java frameworks
    • Familiarity with AngularJS, React or a strong interest to learn.

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