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HPJP00033820 SOA Middleware Architect **

Company Name:
CCSI INC
Id : 55268
Date Created : 10/1/2014 8:50:21 AM
Location/City : MA - Quincy
Area Code : 617
Job Type : Contract
Recruiter Name : Sarah Latiolais
Recruiter Email :
HPJP00033820 SOA Middleware Architect
Location: Quincy, MA
Length: 1 Year
If interested, please send resumes to
Description:
SOA Middleware Architect Role Expectations:
Responsible for design, configuration and deployment of SOA middleware (e.g. ESB, Registry, Repository, XML Gateway, etc), including preparing design documents.
Responsible for defining SOA best/leading practices, educating diverse development team on these SOA best/leading practices, and enforcing the SOA best/leading practices.
Responsible for defining, implementing, and enforcing SOA Governance processes and policies
Must be able to drive problem-solving strategies for complex issues that involve cross-functional disciplines
Skills Required: MUST HAVE ALL REQUIRED SKILLS TO BE CONSIDERED
Successful SOA Middleware Architect will have the following preferred background:
5-7 years of SOA design, development and/or middleware experience
Must have hands-on experience with one or more SOA stacks (e.g. IBM, Oracle/BEA, TIBCO, SAG, etc).
Must be comfortable with the full range of SOA standards (e.g. XML Schema, SOAP, WSDL, UDDI, WS-Security, WS-Policy, SAML, etc).
Ideally would have experience with Oracle SOA Suite and IBM Datapower
Ability to work independently and manage multiple task assignments
Strong problem solving and troubleshooting skills
Very good written and oral communication skills
Citizenship Status: US Citizen preferred; will consider Green Card
No Travel. All work must be performed onsite. NO REMOTE.

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