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Sr. EDI Developer

Robert Half Technology IT earch is actively searching for a Sr. EDI Developer. This is for an established company in south Jacksonville with an excellent work environment and strong company culture. The Sr. EDI Developer will be responsible for the following - Satisfy agents, customers and carriers through progressive delivery of valuable B2B integrations - Collaborate with trading partners to refine requirements and deliver quality integrations - Design, build, test, deploy, support and own integrations - Configure, maintain, tune, and monitor integration technology - Troubleshoot communications, translations, integrations and application performance issues - Partner with other IT teams (architecture, development, support) to build solutions - Research, design, recommend and implement integration patterns, frameworks and technology - Help evolve and maintain an effective technology and development environment - Create and present proposals, participate in sessions with business leaders and customers - Create and track project roadmaps, estimate resource requirements and define approaches - Author use case, tasks, solution docs, change requests and strategic plans - Assist with transitioning legacy integrations (Gentran to Sterling B2B IntegratorMulesoft) - Mentor entry level integration developers What we are looking for in the Sr. EDI Developer - 7 years of IT experience with 3 years demonstrated experience delivering B2B integrations - Experience with design patterns, architectures and integration technologies that go beyond point-to-point integrations and allow for more reuse and flexibility - Experience with setuptroubleshooting of communication (i. e. SFTP, AS2, HTTPS - SSLTLS) - Advanced experience with B2BEDI terminology and data standards (X. 12, EDI, XML, JSON) - Solid experience using Java, XPath, XSLT, SOAP, REST, SQL - Ability to understand the basic testing process, including unit, integration, regression, defects, and rework. Higher understanding of the customer integration testing and rework processes. - Hands-on experience with Sterling B2B Integrator highly preferred - Experience with Sterling B2B Integrator frameworks, like Lightwell, preferred - Experience with IBM Sterling Integrator Cluster environments, preferred - Experience with Gentran, Microsoft SQL Server, Azure and IBMi(iSeries), a plus - Certified Sterling B2B Integrator Developer Integration and API Associate, or similar, preferred For immediate consideration for this position, please apply directly to this posting AND email an updated resume to chris.lutherrht.com (please copy chris.lutheraccountemps.com).What we are looking for in the Sr. EDI Developer - 7 years of IT experience with 3 years demonstrated experience delivering B2B integrations - Experience with design patterns, architectures and integration technologies that go beyond point-to-point integrations and allow for more reuse and flexibility - Experience with setuptroubleshooting of communication (i. e. SFTP, AS2, HTTPS - SSLTLS) - Advanced experience with B2BEDI terminology and data standards (X. 12, EDI, XML, JSON) - Solid experience using Java, XPath, XSLT, SOAP, REST, SQL - Ability to understand the basic testing process, including unit, integration, regression, defects, and rework. Higher understanding of the customer integration testing and rework processes. - Hands-on experience with Sterling B2B Integrator highly preferred - Experience with Sterling B2B Integrator frameworks, like Lightwell, preferred - Experience with IBM Sterling Integrator Cluster environments, preferred - Experience with Gentran, Microsoft SQL Server, Azure and IBMi(iSeries), a plus - Certified Sterling B2B Integrator Developer Integration and API Associate, or similar, preferred

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