Developer Analyst

  • UCA Consulting
  • Calicut
  • Mar 11, 2020
Full time Information Technology

Job Description

Role: Developer Analyst
Skillset:  Java/Angular/React/Python/Full Stack
Department/ Project: ADM
Location: Calicut
Educational Qualification :BE/BTech/MCA/MSC CS/MTech
Experience : 3 to 5 Years

Contact Name: Sreenu babu


Landline: 040 29886436

Mobile number : +91 9553196436

Key Responsibilities

1. Develop and deliver Technical Solutions as per the instructions/directions given by the seniors.
2. Maintain adherence to architectural standards/principles, global product-specific guidelines, usability design standards, etc.
3. Provide support and documentation to assist in sustaining the project during the transition to production where necessary.
4. Adhere to Application Engineering methodologies, standards, code reviews.
5. Technical deliverables (i.e., code and documentation) on projects assigned.
6. Translate detailed Requirements and Design and Solution Architecture deliverables into detailed design specifications.
7. Maintain effective and consistent communication within the team, with peers, the leadership team and the peers in other IT groups.
8. Proactively raise issues to Technical and Project Leads when necessary.
9. Produce high quality application engineering deliverables in accordance with the project timeline.
10 Build and Unit test a project to detailed design specifications.
11. Hand-over documentation for operations related to assigned projects.
12. Adhering to the quality standards defined by organization/client"

Must Have Skills

1. Must have experience in Angular/React/Node JS/Java/Python
2. Strong JavaScript knowledge with exposure to Spring, Hibernate, Spring boot, jQuery.
3. Expertise in web UI development using HTML and CSS (Responsive UI).
4. Knowledge of REST Web services, handling data conversion, validations and various interaction patterns
5. Basic DB knowledge of Postgresql, Mysql, Oracle.
6. Development Tools: Eclipse, Visual Studio code.
7. Good to have work experience in microservice architecture"