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Design, create, and implement Java-based applications; interpret briefs to create high-quality coding that functions according to specifications; determine application functions and building objectives; ensure that written code falls in line with project objectives; solve problem with other team members in the project; identify and resolve immediate and potential issues with applications; draft detailed reports on work performed and projects completed; participate in group meetings to discuss projects and objectives; assist other developers with troubleshooting, debugging, and coding; meet deadlines on fast-paced deliverables; use Java, JSF, PrimeFaces, Spring, iBATIS, JDBC, Junit, Oracle, and Spring Boot.
Requires Master’s degree in Computer and Information Sciences or Computer Engineering plus 6 months of experience in job offered or as Software Engineer.
Must also have authority to work permanently in the U.S. Applicants who are interested in this position may apply at www.jobpostingtoday.com (Ref #12303) for consideration.
The Transparency in Coverage rule, released on October 29, 2020, requires health plans and issuers to publicly disclose pricing information via machine-readable files (MRF). Click here to view the MRFs.