Are you are skilled at
· Breaking problems into solvable pieces and translating those solutions into code?
· Using the best technical solution for the project, including working across many different languages and databases?
If so, you may be interested in this direct hire opportunity for a Senior Java Back-End Developer in Madison, WI.
In this role you will focus on building backend services to integrate seamlessly with a data warehouse, mobile platforms, and other systems. This will be a key leadership position, tasked with providing guidance and technical direction for backend services and systems. Success in this role requires the ability to be handed a challenging problem and design & develop an appropriate solution with little to no assistance.
Interested? Apply now for immediate consideration.
(in order of desirability)
|Last Update||11/30/18 19:02 PM. Jan Graves. Just talked to the hiring manager and they have no pipeline for this role. Apply now for immediate consideration.. (full detail change log at bottom).|
|Duration||Duration is NA, this is a direct-hire, perm position.|
|1st Post Date||08/28/18|
|1st Screened by Amplified||0|
|Submitted to Client||0|
|Interviewed by Client||0|
|Client||Shared after 1st Screen|
|Contact for Lead||Jan Graves|
|Interview Details||Face-to-face interview is required after phone screen. If not possible, let LEVERAGEncy know on submission if Skype or other options could work (or none).|
|Work Authorizations||Everyone is encouraged to apply (work authorization is not a factor). Note, we are unable to sponsor visa candidates at this time. So, if you are on visa, we would need to contract with your visa holder.|
|Opp Quality||The overall rating for this lead is A. This is due to Amplified only working perm positions with its direct clients.|
|Layers||Between Amplified and the End Client there are 1 layers. In addition, the end client prefers that Amplified limits the layers between Amplified and the Employer of Record of the candidate to .|
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