Java Developer/Team Lead — UrbanCode Release
UrbanCode Release, the newest addition to UrbanCode's DevOps suite, is a release management and coordination platform that manages the release of complex interdependent applications, infrastructure changes, and simultaneous deployments of multiple applications.
Top technical skills required for the job
- Java /J2EE
- Automated unit and acceptance testing tooling such as JUnit, TestNG, Selenium, and Cucumber
- Provide leadership to the development team and mentor junior staff
- Have a strong customer focus and build excellent working relationships with others
- Ensure product architecture, designs and implementations are robust, maintainable and scalable
- Collaborate with other technical teams in the evaluation and implementation of 3rd-party and open-source architecture and framework solutions
- Bring motivation and energy to the organization and actively contribute to our "culture of success"
- Experience implementing build and/or deployment solutions
- Release Engineering experience
- TDD / BDD
- 7-10+ years overall experience delivering software applications, esp. with Java / J2EE
- Ability to lead development teams and managed multiple, concurrent projects in a fast paced development environment
- Strong background in agile management and engineering principles and practices
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills
- Excellent interpersonal and presentation skills
- Demonstrated delivery of highly available, high performance, mission critical applications
- Strong problem solving and analytical skills demonstrated by the ability to assimilate new information, understand complex topics and arrive at sound analysis and judgment
- Bachelor's or Master's Degree in a relevant field of work or equivalent work experience
Thank you for your interest in employment at UrbanCode. UrbanCode was acquired by the International Business Machines Corporation on April 22, 2013. Please visit the IBM Employment page for opportunities at IBM, which now includes those within the UrbanCode organization.