Java Developer in Orlando, FL at Vaco

Date Posted: 3/25/2020

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Job Description

Java Developer


Vaco seeks a Java Developer to support the corporate automation effort through the development of new software systems and features, and the maintenance and modification of existing systems.


  • Document new systems, modifications to existing systems, and processes and procedures necessary to support these systems.
  • Ensure effective collaboration between technical team members, systems management, and non-I.T business units.
  • Writes new code and implements new features from business requirements / design specifications.
  • Tests and debugs code. Create patches for reported problems.
  • Documents new code and changes to existing code, and abides by prevailing standards for such documentation.
  • Collaborates with team members to identify deficiencies in applications, approaches in design, and long-range roadmaps.
  • Participates with I.T staff and product owners to ensure business requirements are clearly understood.
  • Provides day-to-day assistance to lesser-skilled developers.
  • Utilizes modeling methodologies during the planning and implementation phases of new systems and the modification of existing systems.
  • Adheres to all established processes and procedures.


  • Bachelor's degree (B.S.) in Computer Science or Information Systems or equivalent
  • 3-5 years of Java/J2EE programming experience; or equivalent combination of education and experience
  • Demonstrated understanding of object-oriented analysis and design principles
  • Experience with SQL and relational databases
  • Ability to work and communicate effectively at both technical and non-technical levels


  • Experience using MVC Frameworks such as Spring
  • Experience with Groovy/Grails
  • Experience with UI/UX design and implementation
  • Ability to create Mock-ups, Wireframes, and Responsive Web Designs
  • Experience using Bootstrap, CSS3, Embers, HTML5, and JQUERY
  • Experience with unit andintegration testing practices and technologies