Senior PHP Developer

Responsibilities Implement solutions compliant with technical strategy, product capabilities and NAM specific needs. Implement software with high quality level to ease maintenance and support. Write specifications compliant to customer needs. Supply accurate estimation for approval prior to any development. Report progress to project manager on a regular basis. Deliver projects on time and on budget. Pre and post-sales technical assistance to NAM Sales service, as directed. Application of processes and related tools, in accordance with Quality department guidelines and the HSE system. Build NAM technical expertise, disseminating knowledge, and training Marketing staff, support staff, and other developers. Job Requirements Experience At least 3 years of experience in development and delivery of technology products and services. OBJECT Oriented Programming (C++, Java, Python) skills mandatory Technology: Maven, Spring, Hudson, Concordion PHP Experience OS environment: Windows, Linux and particular emphasis on Android development Cloud computing Thin client application and web service development ability for ORACLE database Development methodology like Agile and XP knowledge Broad knowledge of on-street software including back-office and embedded (NEOPS, N22) ) For internal transfer candidate . Experience in writing documentation for external customer use as well as internal technical use Specific technical experience in contactless card management Specific technical experience in software development involving wireless communications, low-power consumption embedded environments, Credit Card Payment, SOAP and related web services technologies. For consideration, please contact Jake Wojtowicz, jake.wojtowicz@rht.com

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