Senior Web Developer

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Duties: Design and develop business-critical web applications for FireEyes Technical Operations Department. Design and develop efficient code for complex, scalable, and integrated web based applications. Work with internal and external business partners, architects, and application engineers to understand business requirements and develop technical specifications. Create functional and technical design specifications. Design, develop, and support current and future enhancements to existing web and SFDC applications. Integrate third party data feeds into new and existing applications. Provide sustainable, supportable, and transitioned technical solutions to the infrastructure support team. Understand current systems architecture and suggest new solutions. Evaluate third party applications for integration and implementation into existing business portfolio.
Requirements: Masters degree in Computer Science, Engineering, or a related technical field, and 5 years of work experience in the job offered or in a computer-related occupation. Experience must include: Minimum 5 years of experience in designing, developing and deploying web-based software solutions; Building and operating dynamic, data driven, and scalable browser-based UI and web applications; Business portals, intranets, extranet, business applications including Sales Force Dot Com, and forms development and maintenance; Multi-tiered systems; Java, including servlets, javabeans, ejb, jsp, or jdbc; Javascript, PHP, SQL, HTML, DHTML, CSS, Web Servers such as Apache, XML, WSDL, Application Servers, Portal software, and Website development tools; Linux and Linux server; LDAP and SOAP; Evaluation of vendor applications within a business portfolio.
CONTACT: To apply, mail resume c/o Patricia DeHont at FireEye, Inc., 1440 McCarthy Blvd., Milpitas, California 95035. Reference job # 10760.12.

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