Applications Developer Needed in Telecom Company

A leading telecommunication company is seeking to recruit an “Application Developer”. The candidate is expected to have studied Computer Science or related field from a reputable university. Working knowledge of Unix (Sun Solaris), Windows 2003/XP/VISTA, Windows 7, Relational Database Management Systems (Oracle 10gR2 and above, MS  SQL SERVER 2005 and above) are required.

The candidate is expected to have the following experiences:

  • At least 5 years work experience including
  • 4+ years Production administration experience
  • 5+ years of Unix
  • 3 years practical experience on Application development with interface to Oracle Database or MS SQL Server Database
  • 3+ years of Administration & Deployment experience with WebLogic Application Server preferably with an Oracle Database Server backend
  • 3+ years experience and knowledge with Java, J2EE, and XML
  • Good understanding of software engineering best practices
  • Proficient in object oriented concepts.

You will also be expected to have specific Weblogic experience, viz:

  • Installation, Configuration, Administration and Performance tuning of Oracle WebLogic Application Servers/ Oracle Forms and Reports Servers 11g in a clustered environment
  • Must be able to stop/start/reload/configure/troubleshoot all aspects of Weblogic Application Servers
  • Must thoroughly understand how Weblogic Servers are administered in a Production Environment using the WebLogic Admin
  • Server/Nodemanager/Managed Server concepts. Must be familiar with the concept of WebLogic Domains
  • Must be able to configure Authentication/Authorization schemes for the WebLogic applications
  • Must be comfortable working in Virtualized environment using VMWare and Red Hat Linux.
  • Exposure to typical Mobile Telecommunications applications

If this looks like something that interests you, send your updated CV to babajinmi.ajayi@adeccong.com


 

 

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