This is an important position at Zigron. Our ideal candidate will take a proactive lead and be responsible for the full lifecycle development of Zigron's emerging Network Management System (NMS) and Element Management System (EMS) practice including a platform and application to manage the Wireless mesh. Development will be done in Java/J2EE and C++ using SQL, MySQL or Oracle database(s).
As a senior member of the development team, the candidate will be responsible for design, development of a scalable, robust, and state-of-the-art EMS and NMS functionality of the Wireless Mesh. Our ideal candidate will have a solid understanding of high-availability distributed system with significant hands-on experience in building large-scale Java/J2EE applications.
Candidate is expected to be 100% hands-on and may lead the team for the design, implementation and testing of new NMS/EMS product/products and features. He/she will also have an extensive experience and solid understanding of Java/J2EE frameworks.
- Minimum qualification of a Bachelor's degree in EE or CS or Telecom is required.
- 3-7 years of experience in SDLC in Java/J2EE development projects is required.
- Must have expertise with Design, develop, code, test, document and support enterprise web application in J2EE and Semantic Search engine with technologies like JAVA, JSF, Spring, Hibernate, JBoss Seam, JDBC, MySQL, RMI and other Frameworks plus multi-threaded application development.
- Proven track record delivering high-quality software.
- Desired but not required experience in building EMS/NMS and understanding of overall EMS and NMS schemes is highly preferred.
- In-depth understanding of SNMP agent development and MIB design is preferred.
- Experience in networking domain related to fundamental networking protocols like TCP/IP is preferred.
- Optional experience developing network management software.
- Strong background in network solutions and architectures.
- Proven knowledge of Network Element and Network Management systems.
- Strong understanding of design issues related to software abstraction and componentization versus system performance.