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Java /J2ee Developer

Company Name:
Enterprise Consulting Services Inc.
The Judiciary is looking for a highly skilled SENIOR JAVA Programmer who has solid experience in developing J2EE applications. They expect this Senior Programmer to be an expert on JSF (Java Sever Faces) and EXPERIENCED in the creation of web services.
The purpose of this request is to augment the technical staff of the Information Technology Office (ITO) to develop a web based application for eCourts initiative. The Contractor will be working on an Electronic Filing Application that allows Attorneys to file documents electronically. They will also work on another part of the application which is a case management system that allows personnel to manage the uploaded documents.
The Senior Programmer will receive coding assignments from the Functional Architect or Administrative Supervisor for programming enhancements to the current system, adding new functionality, fixing defects and local testing.
Contract staff will work at the direction of ITO staff and will be required to contribute in all phases of project development. This includes some work with users, documenting system requirements as required, prototypes, and work to implement the Web application within the ITO RUP protocols and procedures.
All components must be clearly documented in the code and the code itself must adhere to ITOs standards. They must also be able, if asked, to provide status reports to the project manager or leads and estimates for projects and or tasks.
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