Deadline: July 16, 2021 @ 5 PM CST
The Department of Information Resources (DIR) requires the services of  Programmers/Developers, hereafter referred to as Worker, who meets the general qualifications of a Software Developer 2 Level and Core Technology Type and the specifications outlined in this document for Texas Parks and Wildlife Department.
Worker will be responsible for coding and testing of Java applications using Spring and JSF frameworks, Hibernate, Java web services, Tomcat application server and Oracle database on a team of 2 to 4 members. Worker will assist in converting applications developed in frameworks like Seam and Struts to Spring. The worker will also assist the team on new project initiatives as well as maintenance of existing applications. Worker will work the under direction of project lead but may assist in architecting and designing, researching and prototyping, load testing, code quality checking, application security and other technical needs as required. This contract may be extended based on funding availability and needs.
Experience with the following...
Hands on experience in development of applications using Java Enterprise Edition (JEE) Platform
Unit and System testing of code
Java RESTful web services using JSON
JPA, Hibernate or equivalent
AJAX, JBOSS or Tomcat
HTML 5, Any Java script Framework
Reporting using Jasper
Jersey or equivalent
ThymeLeaf or equivalent
Responsive Design and code to adapt to phones, tablets and other devices