BigData Engineer

Company Name:
Valleysoft Inc
Design and build high-quality re-usable grid-based software components for the purpose of fighting global financial fraud
Loosely integrate state-of-the-art Big Data technologies into the overall architecture
Evaluate new FOSS and COTS technologies for fit as they become available
Become an expert in the technologies ultimately deployed as part of the architecture
Work closely with the administration, delivery and operations specialists to ensure proper tuning and operation of the systems
Identify opportunities for improving existing software usability, performance, reliability, scalability, security, etc.
Identify opportunities for improving the process of creating and delivering high-quality solutions
Ensure designs, codes and documentation are in line with the enterprise strategies, principles and standards
Required Experience
Technology Skills/ Requirements:
Must have:
Experience with high-performance, distributed, massively scalable and highly available architectures
7+ years of object oriented experience with at least 5 of those years in a software engineering context
3+ years Java/J2EE experience
2+ years of hands on experience with at least one Big Data technology e.g. Hadoop, Cassandra, etc.
Test/Behavioral Driven Development experience
Domain Driven Design experience
Domain Specific Languages and frameworks experience
Experience with event driven SOA, BPMN or other architectures
A definite plus:
Semantic web modeling/programming
Experience with JVM-based languages e.g. Java, Scala, Groovy, Clojure
NoSQL& "Big Data" solutions - e.g. Cassandra, Hadoop, Lucene/Solr, data grids and distributed graph DBs
JVM-based technologies with some integration to .Net and legacy technologies
Experience with event driven SOA/ESB e.g. JBoss, Mule
Understanding of traditional Relational Database and SQL experience with Oracle, SQL Server, etc.
SOAP/REST Web Service development
Experience with Agile/Scrum.
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