Job ID :
496
Company :
Information Development Corporation
Location :
milwaukee, WI
Type :
Contract
Duration :
6 months
Status :
Active
Openings :
1
Posted :
6 years ago
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Engagement Type: Contract

Location: Milwaukee, WI

Duration: 6 Months

 

The architect should be well versed in Business Process Analysis and Modeling, Application System Design and should have hands-on experience in implementing business processes and applications. The qualified candidate should be able to work with Business Analysts to validate requirements, look for gaps and provide assistance in creating runnable business process models, when needed. They should be able to bridge the gap between the requirements team and the development team to clarify issues, address questions and fix inconsistent requirements.

The qualified candidate should be able to translate requirements into solution components. They should be versed in design patterns especially JEE and have experience in using web services in their solutions. They should be able to work with other architects to define service interfaces and integration points. They should be able to provide oversight into development teams to ensure the solution component implementation comply with system design. They should also have experience in designing systems to meet non-functional performance requirements including high volume and high resiliency.

The qualified candidate should have experience building a business process using WebSphere Integration Developer or IBM Integration Designer for processes that will run in WebSphere Process Server. They should have experience and good understanding of human tasks and work management patterns as well as in integrating with web services. They should have a good understanding of error handling, transactions and rollback mechanisms.

Experience with query tables and the Human Task and Process APIs is highly desirable. They should be able to create frameworks and reusable components and be able to help developers troubleshoot process run-time issues including performance.