Senior Developer (Case 360)

Senior Developer (Case 360)
Capita is celebrating its 25th anniversary!!! Come join our growing team!
Please note that we are the hiring company - we are not a recruiter. Visit our website at http://www.capitatech.com/.
We are looking for a strong hands-on Senior Developer with Case360 with at least 2 years experience in the last 5 years.
The Senior Developer will be responsible for maintaining and troubleshooting system issues while updating and writing Java code. Candidates should have experience working with clients, as well as with other Java programmers in delivering and supporting database-driven multi-tier web applications using a standard methodology.
While we are headquartered in Newport Beach, CA, this position is located at our satellite office in Cerritos, CA.
Experience developing and providing technical support for Case360 Version 10.0 or higher in a medium to large scale project (2 years minimum).
SQL and Oracle Database
Educational Requirements: B.S. in Computer Science or any related 4-year college degree. Masters degree is preferred, but not required.
Company and Project Information:
Since 1989, Capita Technologies is a leading developer of custom software enterprise business applications.
We have great clients such as: Los Angeles County, State of Indiana, U.S. Navy, Veterans Administration, and many more. Some of our projects include Criminal Justice applications, DNA Offender Tracking Systems, and Case Management Systems.
CapitaTech's headquarters are in Newport Beach, CA (Orange County), but this position is located at one of our satellite offices in Cerritos, CA.
Capita provides its employees with excellent benefits including Medical, Dental, Vision, Life and AD&D Insurance. Capita employees also receive Holidays and PTO.

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