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Java/Savvion Developer

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Reference: JOB985
Location: Dallas, Texas, United States
Employer: Addison Search
Application deadline: CLOSED
Contact: Julia Brewer

Great company in Dallas, TX hiring a Java/Savvion Developer.  Please call (469)484-1308 or for details or referrals!



This role will be part of a development team customizing, developing, deploying and integrating BPM applications using Savvion BPM tool (v. 7.0)

The role includes working closely with the line of business partners and other technology groups to understand business needs and translate them into technology solutions using BPM Technology.

Must be able to lead development efforts independently at the same time working in a team environment leveraging and contributing to the overall objectives.

Develop technical requirement documentation

Willingness to provide post-implementation technical support (at least one week a month rotation)

Skills required

Java development skills (server side and JSP)

Savvion (v 7.0 and above) preferred, any other BPM tool with strong process modeling experience will be considered.

Good database SQL skills required (Oracle)

Some experience with SOAP Webservices

Linux/Unix familiarity (shell scripting)

Works under minimal supervision, with general guidance from more senior team members.

Strong communication skills required.

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