ColdFusion Job Opportunity in Washington, DC

MUST:

  • 8 or more years of application development
  • 5 or more years of ColdFusion, including version 8
  • Code and Application Security
  • Application architecture (MVC) and design patterns
  • Application Frameworks (ColdBox)
  • Web Services REST-ful APIs
  • JavaScript jQuery, AJAX, OO JavaScript
  • CSS 2+
  • HTML 4+ (including W3C standards)
  • Database and SQL
  • Data architecture
  • Oracle PL/SQL
  • Stored procedures
  • Database optimization
  • Section 508 Standards
  • Application and website security
  • Native Java development a plus
  • Flash, Flex, and ActionScript a plus
  • Experience with Native Mobile applications a plus
  • Degree required in US otherwise 6 years of US experince will cover lack of US Degree
  • Public Trust clearable
  • US Citizen

DUTIES:
Quadrant Inc , is looking for a strong ColdFusion Web developer to join a team of eight  other developers.  All the developers on the team are co-located with the client, with whom there is frequent interaction. ColdFusion professional will be responsible for, but not limited to the following:

  • Design, develop, troubleshoot, debug, and implement software code for components of client¿s web applications.
  • Work closely with the Web Development Manager, UX Designers, graphic designer, front end developers and other members of the project team to develop engaging user-centered web applications.
  • Work primarily on core system functionality, including ColdFusion code, SQL, jQuery, etc. in an Agile development environment.
  • Work with web development methodology to include CM and testing
  • Demonstrating advanced CF techniques, understands design patterns (MVC), uses application frameworks such as ColdBox, and leverages web services (XML/REST/JSON)
  • He/she will have extensive experience on the backend with data architecture and design, advanced PL/SQL and the development and use of stored procedures
  • On the front end, they are proficient with semantic HTML for structure, standard CSS for presentation, unobtrusive JavaScript (jQuery) for AJAX interactivity and the principles necessary for implementation of an accessible, Section 508 compliant site

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