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Marklogic Developer
Ref No.: 17-03051
Location: New York, New York
Position Type:Contract
Pay Rate : $ 90.00 - 100.00 /Hour
The Compliance Risk and Governance Technology team is seeking a Marklogic Developer / Consultant.
The successful candidate will be part of a development team and be responsible for the design, development and implementation of Marklogic code and data within the GRC technology initiatives

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

Develop XQuery, Javascript and REST modules on the Marklogic technology stack
Utilize the Marklogic library to support GRC initiatives
Design and development of solutions that integrate Marklogic with existing enterprise platforms and systems.

SKILLS/ QUALIFICATIONS

Required skills:XQuery, FLWOR queries, JavaScript, Marklogic cts:search, SPARQL, RDF data, XML Data, triple-stores, XML Processing
Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Software Engineering, Information Technology, or related field required
At least 5+ years of hands-on application development utilizing the Marklogic framework.
Experience in the development of service oriented architecture application, good understanding of Object Oriented Design and Design Patterns
Strong knowledge of XQuery, JavaScript, SPARQL, FLWOR, RDF Data, triples and XML are essential
Experience with implementing the Marklogic java-client-api within an enterprise application
Strong analytical and design skills, including the ability to understand business requirements and translate them into efficient and effective technical designs that work well within large-scale, well-structured enterprise environments
Excellent trouble-shooting skills, with the ability to quickly identify and document the root cause of issues, and effectively communicate possible resolutions
Effective communication, presentation, and collaboration skills

Other Desired Skills:

Apache Tomcat, RESTful WebServices, Spring, DB2/SQL.
Experience leveraging NoSQL databases and verifying data quality.
Experience with mlcp and transforms for loading data Experience with Unix/Shell scripting



Third Party Applications Not Accepted