Senior Designer Java in Apeldoorn, Netherlands

Job type:
on-site
Start:
n.a
Duration:
n.a
From:
eTeam Inc.
Place:
Gelderland
Date:
07/12/2019
Country:
flag_no Netherlands
project ID:
1796539


Job title: Sr. Designer Java

Job Location: Apeldoorn, Netherlands

Job Duration: 06 Months

Requirements (knock-out)

Minimum HBO diploma
3 years of Hands-on experience with Client design
3 years of experience in designing in an SOA environment (understanding of and having the ability to apply the SOA principles and design patterns in his/her analysis and design);
2 years of experience in complex IT environments
3 years of extensive experience as a designer in an agile/scrum environment. Knowledge and experience with data modelling

To wish

Initiative, pro-active, cooperation-oriented, flexible, analytical, contact-oriented, diplomatic, critical, no '9 to 5 mentality', communicative skills. 'or that wants to be. It is therefore expected that you can and want to assist the other disciplines within the team where necessary.
Design knowledge Java (web) applications in combination with Mainframe transaction systems. Experience with rule engines such as blaze is an advantage.
Experience with business process management (eg IBM BPM) is an advantage.

Order description

For the VPB (Corporate Tax) we are looking for an enthusiastic and proactive functional/technical designer, who can also perform construction and test work in a sprint if necessary. A new IT support (landscape) needs to be realized for the VpB's supervisory process, this will be a combination of Java for the office judgment, transaction part in Cobol, business rule management using Blaze (from IBM), and control with the help of mr. BPM (from IBM). Together with the other teams, an integrated solution for the users will have to be realized. VpB consists of a number of ICT services that annually generate 20 billion euros for the treasury of the Netherlands, so the system makes a substantial contribution to the Netherlands BV.

Background assignment

VpB consists of a number of ICT services that annually generate 20 billion euros for the treasury of the Netherlands, so the system makes a substantial contribution to BV Nederland. smaller changes must be made. The development into a more SOA (Service Oriented Architecture) landscape is necessary for this