My Dublin based Financial Services client is looking for a middle-ware designer/architect with JBOSS experience.
-Support all other designs that leverage JBOSS as a platform
-Potentially conduct other design activities in lapsed time not 100% used on JBOSS-specific tasks
-Answer queries from build and test functions throughout the rest of the lifecycle
-Uplift JBOSS Low Level Design
-Ideally, should be a certified JBOSS SME. The most relevant qualification is “Red Hat Certified Specialist in Enterprise Application Server Administration”
-5+ years’ experience working with JBOSS installation and configuration (not just being an end user of JBOSS as a Software Engineer without responsibility for JBOSS configuration)
-Accountable to relevant design PM
-Responsible for producing & maintaining the JBOSS Low Level Design
-Responsible for providing support required by other domains of design
-Responsible for analysing and resolving JBOSS-related design defects
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