Applied Memetics LLC

  • Developer - JRules

    Job Locations US-VA-Chantilly
    Job ID
    2019-1887
    Category
    Information Technology
  • Overview

    Applied Memetics LLC is seeking an experienced, motivated JRules Developer to support our VA customer for this immediate-hire role. This is a partial remote opportunity. U.S. Citizenship is required for this role. 

    Responsibilities

    As a JRules Developer, you will work closely with stakeholders to review and audit current IBM ILOG jRules implementation and automated test scenarios in current system. Responsible for developing findings report of implementation and testing gaps.

     

    The JRules Developer will audit/investigate the current production code of a rules-driven system to determine the root-cause issues behind incorrect calculations. Based on their investigation, they would present findings to the customer's senior management and outline a path forward to modify the rules to correct the problem. Based on customer direction, they will modify the code to correct the issue themselves, or oversee a team of developers tasked with correcting the issue.

    Qualifications

    • Minimum of 6 years of JRules experience
    • Minimum of 4 years of Java experience
    • 2 years reviewing current IBM ILOG
    • 2 years jRules implementation and automated test experience
    • Work independently to review current IBM ILOG jRules implementation and automated test scenarios in current system
    • Experience w/modern agile development skills, source code control, unit testing
    • Demonstrated ability to manage customer relationships
    • Master’s degree in a technical field + 10 years of experience
    • Experience in customer relationship management
    • Experience in conducting analysis and writing reports
    • VA experience preferred
    • US citizenship a must
    • Must be a US citizen and be able to obtain a Public Trust clearance
    • 35% travel within the US likely in the first few weeks

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