GMS Integrations Specialist (Junior/Back-End Java Developer)

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We are looking for exceptionally intelligent and motivated systems integration developers to work with our Guest Management Solutions development team. You will integrate our world-class software with those of our clients and partners, using your comprehensive knowledge of web services, XML, relational databases, and Java programming to build the software. At the same time, we'll count on your excellent communications and organization skills to liaise with the clients and vendors to work out how the integrations will work, coordinating data exchange, and making sure that they are satisfied. You'll also help to solve problems as they occur in our production systems and help support staff with technical inquiries. This is a very dynamic position, requiring the ability to stay on top of several projects simultaneously.


  • 1+ years’ experience in web and software development
  • 1 Years of experience working with Java
  • Experience working with relational databases (Oracle, MySQL, etc)
  • Experience working with Agile software development
  • 1+ years' experience in XML, web services (RestFul and SOAP, WSDL and XSD
  • Experience with Linux/Unix operating systems


Additional Assets

  • Experience with Java servlets, JSPs, Tomcat, Javascript, XPath, CSS, JUnit
  • Familiar with the following: Eclipse, Git, HTML, MySQL, Microsoft SQL Server

Key Words: Integration, Webservices, XML, Java, SQL


Personal Attributes:

  • Able to multitask in a fast paced environment
  • Able to quickly communicate details either written or verbal
  • Able to work with remote teams
  • Organized and detail-oriented, able to work well under deadlines in a fast paced environment and perform multiple tasks effectively and concurrently
  • Goal focused
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science or other relevant field

Mus be Fluent in English, both written and spoken.




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