WCS Sr. Architect

Company Name:
Axius Technologies
Position: WCS Sr. Architect
Location: Palo Alto, CA
Duration: Full Time (Permanent)
Job Description:
Mandatory Technical Skills
Experience with retail eCommerce implementations using IBM WCS
Transforms complex business requirements into system architectures that meet performance, security and availability requirements
Designs system architectures, securing approval from business and IT stakeholders, ensuring alignment with the overall solution architecture
Leads teams in the design and ensuring best practices in design, usability, SEO and UI are incorporated
Client Arch-Connected/Disconnected Pattern
Client Architecture-Software Distribution
eCommerce Design Patterns- eCommerce Frameworks- eCommerce Platforms
Enterprise Social Software framework
Internationalization and Localization frameworks
Minimum 8 years of experience with J2EE architecture and development including Servlets, EJB's, JMS, and JSP
Minimum 4 years of experience with WebSphere Commerce Suite (version 6.x or 7.x or later)
Minimum 3 years of experience with either Rational Application Developer (RAD) and/or WebSphere Studio Application Developer (WSAD)
STRUTS experience
JSON and XML skills
Desirable Technical Skills
Database knowledge in Oracle, DB2, MS SQL, or other enterprise-class RDBMS
Knowledge of operating systems including Windows, Unix, Linux, or others
Mandatory Functional Skills:
IBM Rational Application Developer for WebSphere Software
XML and web technologies including XSL, Dojo, Web 2.0, AJAX, etc.
Web services
SQL and relational database concepts
JEE/Java development including JSP, JSTL, Java Beans, EJBs, etc.
Good understanding of Unix
Good understanding of WAS
Desirable Functional Skills:
Eagerness to contribute in a team-oriented environment
Ability to work creatively and analytically in a problem-solving environment
Very good communication and interpersonal skills

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