PayPal

Software Engineer – Node.Js Developer at PayPal

Full-time Position in Lutherville-Timonium
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Job description

The PayPal Global Operations team is looking for a self-motivated Node.JS engineer and Java developer to join the team and help build low-latency, high-throughput web services and application front ends to help us continue to grow the capabilities in the Global Operations portfolio.

 

Primary Job Responsibilities

  • Participate in design, development and implementation of technical systems.
  • Develop user interfaces for internal web applications using Node.JS and supporting frameworks.
  • Implement shared components and frameworks using Java in a Linux/Solaris based environment.
  • Work in an agile environment interacting with architects, cross functional engineering teams, Product Management, QA, and Credit teams to ensure we develop the correct product for the job at hand.
  • Enhance and maintain existing product capabilities.
  • Play an active role in providing feedback on new processes through design and code reviews.

     

Required

Job Requirements

  • Experience with Node.JS and/or other web/UI frameworks
  • Experience with front-end web technologies, including HTML5, JavaScript, MVC frameworks, and templating engines
  • Strong Java skills with knowledge of Java best practices.
  • Understand the concepts around concurrency and transactions.
  • Knowledge of distributed systems software design and understanding of TCP fundamentals.
  • Experience with dependency injection frameworks (Spring, CDI, Guice, etc).
  • Experience with object-relational mapping technologies (Hibernate, JPA etc)
  • Experience with maven or other build tools.

     

Nice-to-have

  • Knowledge of JAX-RS
  • SQL experience (preferably Oracle).
  • Understanding of Continuous Integration concepts.
  • Understands security concepts and tooling including but not limited to PKI, Cryptography, along with how those apply to web concepts (HTTP(S), SSL/TLS, certificates etc)

     

Basic Qualifications

  • Bachelors Degree or equivalent.