Job Category : Technology
Skill : AEM Developer
Role : T2
Ready to put your expert Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) skills to good use supporting innovative technology projects? Interested in having a diverse suite of clients and a team that cares about your growth?
Virtusa could be the place for you!
As an AEM Developer, you are responsible for development, code management and building of AEM applications for our clients.
Day-to-day responsibilities will include :
AEM development including creating detailed technical analysis and design specifications based on functional requirements.
Accessing experience in software development, content management, and digital platforms to provide a variety of solutions to business issues.
Working collaboratively with all stakeholders to apply expertise in AEM’s products to their business challenges.
Creating and executing testing plans to validate and support revisions made to the processes and technical solutions.
Bachelor's degree in a computer related field or equivalent professional experience.
2 years’ experience in design and development in (AEM) Adobe Experience Manager 6.x.
Hands-on development experience in AEM 6.x version comprising of page templates, components, bundles, OSGI services, workflows and JCR queries is must.
Demonstrated experience in Agile development and development testing.
Experience in implementing AEM components and templates in HTL.
Experience in building enterprise applications using Java / J2EE. technologies, e.g. servlets, database access, SOAP client.
Experience in implementing Touch UI authoring for AEM components.
Good understanding of JSON. Able to create JSON content renditions in AEM.
Experience in building and consuming REST services.
Experience in setting up AEM authoring and publish instances, configuring dispatcher
Experience in code management, build and deployment of AEM applications.
Strong communication and client facing skills.
Experience in a data-driven, fast-paced environment with shifting priorities.
Demonstrated team player across varying stakeholders.