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Application Developer

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JPMorgan Chase & Co.
JPMorgan Chase & Co. has an opening for an Application Developer position in Salem, New Hampshire. Participate in project planning sessions with project managers, business analysts and team members to analyze business requirements and outline the proposed IT solution. Design reviews and provide input to the design recommendations. Incorporate security requirements into design, and provide input to information/data flow. Adhere to IT Control Policies throughout design, development and testing and incorporate Corporate Architectural Standards into application design specifications. Document the detailed application specifications, translate technical requirements into programmed application modules and develop software application modules. Participate in code reviews and ensure that all solutions are aligned to pre-defined architectural specifications. Identify and troubleshoot application code-related issues. Review and provide feedback to the final user documentation. Specific Requirements Employer will accept Bachelors degree in Computer Science, Engineering or related technical field, followed by seven years of progressive, post-baccalaureate work experience in job offered or seven years of progressive, post-baccalaureate work experience in a application developer-related occupation. Experience must include: 1. Project Life Cycle Methodology; 2. J2EE technologies; 3. Actuate BIRT/eReport Designer; 4. Oracle SQL, PL/SQL; 5. High volume transaction processing; 6. Data visualization and performance optimization; and 7. Actuate BIRT iServer Integration and Administration.
DO NOT MAIL RESUME. Please fax your resume to (312) 732-7830 with following job ID clearly indicated: MR150042744

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