Senior Software Engineer

Company Name:
OpenLogix Corporation
Study and analyze system and application requirements; coordinate and document software system and application requirements to ensure functional and technical specifications are met using tools like Rational Software Architect, WebSphere Business Modeler, WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus, WebSphere Business Monitor, Microsoft Visio and UML among others; translate business/functional specifications into high level and detailed technical design specifications using Service Oriented Architecture, BPEL, frameworks like Hibernate, Struts, and Spring; develop, compile, configure, test, deploy, troubleshoot and administer programs developed using: Java, J2EE, JavaScript, (JSP, Servlets, EJB, JNDI, JMS), ASP, XML, XSLT, XPath, XML Parsers, SVN, AIX, ESQL, BPEL, Web Services, SOAP, WSDLs, MQ Series, WebSphere Application Server, WebSphere Process Server, DataPower; develop code on Eclipse based platforms like Rational Application Developer, WebSphere Integration Developer; develop relational database solutions using T SQL and / or PL / SQL on relational database systems such as SQL Server, Oracle, DB2, among others; automate the deployment process using Linux and AIX platforms, ANT / JACL build scripts. Working knowledge of quality control and quality management solutions from IBM Rational testing tools.
Location: Wixom, Michigan and various other undetermined worksites throughout the U.S.
Salary: $95,000 per year.
Education: Bachelors Computer Engineering, Computer Science and Engineering, or in any related field of study (will accept equivalent foreign degree).
Training: None
Experience: Five (5) years in the position above, as an Advisory System Analyst, Jr. Programmer or in a related occupation.
Experience must include use of WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus, DB2, XML, J2EE, WebSphere Process Server, DataPower, Web Services, and AIX.
Will also accept any suitable combination of education, training, and/or experience.
All applicant resumes must be submitted via: 1st Class U.S. Mail to:

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