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Project - Application Developer I (Sports Media/Graphics/Web/IT)

Company Name:
Sports Media
Position Type:
Full-time
This is a project position with an estimated length of 2 years
The job entails working in a fast paced environment on with the latest Java technologies, specifically Java EE and Javascript, developing and supporting highly transactional applications and application components to support ESPN's core business operations. This person would be responsible for working with other developers on maintaining and developing applications. Must have some training with Java EE platform including; Java Persistence API (JPA) and Enterprise Java Beans 3.0 or a similar dependency injection or container managed framework. Should have exposure to: Hibernate and Rest services.
ESPN, Inc., The Worldwide Leader in Sports, is the leading multinational, multimedia sports entertainment company featuring the broadest portfolio of multimedia sports assets with over 50 business entities. Headquartered in Bristol, Connecticut, ESPN is 80% owned by ABC, Inc. (a subsidiary of The Walt Disney Company), and 20% by the Hearst Corporation.
ESPN was founded by Bill Rasmussen and launched on September 7, 1979. Now with over 6,500 employees, each year ESPN televises more than 5,100 live and/or original hours of sports programming. The company's mission is to serve sports fans. Anytime. Anywhere.
Responsibilities
Learn and develop with a variety of technologies in the Java stack
Keep up to date on new technologies
Learn to maintain and develop applications, solutions and services
Basic Qualifications
Java SE 5+
Good communication skills
Preferred Qualifications
Java EE
Java Persistence API (JPA)
Enterprise Java Beans 3.0 or a similar dependency injection or container managed framework
Hibernate
JMS
Rest Services
Preferred Education
High School diploma and some coursework completed in a computer or technology related field. Must be within one year of graduation.
Required Education
High School diploma and some coursework completed in a computer or technology related field. Must be within one year of graduation.

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