We are looking for a Senior AEM/CQ5 Application Architect to join our New York City Creative Technology team.
We are seeking a seasoned Application Architect to our rapidly expanding web content management team. This person will play a critical role in driving the strategy, architecture, design and implementation of a client's CQ5 initiative.
Major duties, responsibilities and characteristics include:
- Lead large scale CQ5 implementation projects
- Prepare detailed technical design for various templates, components as well as services layer
- Effectively communicate architecture and design to clients and rest of the development team
- Direct technical teams in developing client solutions
- Identifies, assesses and solves complex business problems through in-depth evaluation of variable factors
- Closely follows the strategic direction set by senior management when establishing near term goals
- Acts independently to determine methods and procedures on new assignments
Best parts of the job:
- You will receive invaluable coaching and training
- Collaboration, with limited politics (Best idea wins)
- Design your own career path (performance based culture)
- Work with a supportive, driven team
Challenges of the job:
- Strong enough to challenge your managers point of view
- Humble enough to learn from teammates
- Being productive while dealing with ambiguity
- Ability to receive strong, candid feedback
- Minimum 3 years of hands on hands on experience implementing Adobe CQ5 or similar web content management system
- Minimum 7 years of experience in design, develop and support of large scale web application development,
- Experience with Java development
- Experience with RESTful web services
- Experience with any of the following is a plus: Adobe Target, Adobe Analytics (formerly Omniture), Salesforce API, Application/Web Server set up and configuration
- Bachelor's degree, preferably in Computer Science and/or equivalent experience.
You must be eligible to work in the United States to be considered for this position.
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