Barclays Job Openings For 2021 | Freshers | Any Graduate | Java Developer | Chennai | Aug 21 | Apply Online ASAP

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Eligibility:       Any Graduate

Experience:     Freshers

Location:        Chennai

Job Role:      Java Developer

Job Description:
1. Managing the impact assessment of proposed change in the integrated technology environment, in particular understanding the impact of proposed changes on all upstream and downstream systems

2. Delivery of all agreed change to time, quality and cost parameters

3. Ensuring that all change is designed and implemented using best practice using the DevOps toolset.

4. Ensuring that all engineering reviews are completed and the introduction of change into the Production environment follows agreed governance processes

5. Support the Application Management function with problem records and high severity incidents.

Qualification: Any Graduate

Required Skills:

1. Expertise in Core Java, Rest full APIs, Spring Boot.

2. Strong skills in DevOps processes and tooling such as GIT, Jenkins, Maven, Gradle, Sonarcube, Veracode, Docker.

3. Strong skills in XML and JSON message formats.

4. Skilled in Oracle development, SQL and relational database concepts.

5. Good knowledge on Object Oriented Programming and Design patterns.

6. Understanding of application security, web based API security and secure coding standards.

7. Exposure to any UI stack like Angular JS.

8. Skills that will help you in the role:

9. Exposure to cloud platforms like Openshift V3 in must and AWS would be good to have.

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