Are you a java senior developer w/ a focus on the services layer (based on REST)? Have background w/ Swagger? Then this contract might be of interest to you.
In short, our agent's client asked them to locate this skill for their end client. The role would be working on a variety of web services, based on REST, that underlay systems such as Ancillary, Shopping, and Booking for an Airline client. Development is following the Agile/Scrum methodology. Bonus points if you have worked w/ API Documentation frameworks like Swagger.
So, if this sounds like you, APPLY TODAY!!!
Please note: If the resource is removed during the first 10 business days of the assignment, the end client (and, in turn, Amplified) will not be charged for the services of that resource.
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|Last Update||05/20/22 14:45 PM. Tim Bauer. No take-home test anymore. 2nd round tech interview instead w/ client followed by live coding challenge.. (full detail change log at bottom).|
|Duration||Duration is estimated to be 12+ months.|
|1st Post Date||12/17/21|
|1st Screened by Amplified||0|
|Submitted to Client||0|
|Interviewed by Client||0|
|Client||Shared after 1st Screen|
|Agent||Shared after 1st Screen. Amplified is not the prime.|
|Contact for Lead||Tim Bauer|
|Interview Details||Face-to-face interview is NOT required after phone screen. That said, let LEVERAGEncy know on submission if Skype or other options AREN'T an option.|
|Work Authorizations||Client is only considering candidates with work authorizations of: Any Type|
|Industry||Travel, Transportation and Tourism|
|Opp Quality||The overall rating for this lead is A. This is based on contract duration being 12, 20 opening(s), and 7+ competitors at our level or better. You can see a graphical ruberic of how these stats translate to a rating here.|
|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 0.|
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