Senior Java Developer - Search Technologies
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POST DATE 8/10/2016
END DATE 12/19/2016
JOB DESCRIPTIONAddress of Company: Boston, MA
Industry Sector: Mass Media (Science)
Title: Senior Java Developer (Search experience)
The science division of one of FORTUNE's Most Admired Companies, a leading mass media company, is looking to add a Senior Java Developer with search experience to its engineering team here in Boston. This division develops market-leading trademark clearance and protection applications. This team in particular will be building an information search and retrieval system from scratch.
They're looking for a Senior Java Developer with several years of experience developing in Java, as well as experience with search technologies (Elasticsearch, Solr, Lucene, etc.). They need someone with experience working with relational and non-relational databases, and any experience with big data technologies is a huge plus. This is a distributed team, so candidates must be willing to work with teams across the world. This is an awesome chance to work for an extremely well-established company while learning some of the latest technologies to date.
5+ years of experience developing in Java
Knowledge of search technologies (Elasticsearch, Solr, Lucene)
Experience working with relational and non-relational databases
Any experience with big data technologies (Hadoop, Storm, Spark) is a huge plus
Excellent communication skills
Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science or related field
* Competitive salary and compensation package
* Excellent benefits (medical, dental, vision)
* Great company culture
* Awesome downtown location in the Seaport district
* Work with the newest technologies on the market
* One of Forbes' Top 25 companies striving to promote work-life balance
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