No of Positions: 1
Location: New Delhi
Tentative Start Date: May 17, 2022
Work From : Offsite
Rate : $ 10 - 24 (Hourly)
Experience : 4 to 6 Year
AEM 4+ years
Designs and implements Adobe Experience Manager solutions
Performs the role of subject matter expert for Adobe Experience Manager
Contribute to all phases of the development lifecycle and understands the entire software development process from design to development to deployment to maintenance. Quickly learns and designs integrations with various marketing technologies
Communicates both to non-technical clients and technical development teams
Understanding of cross-browser compatibility issues and approaches
Excellent written and oral communication skills
Technical proficiency in accurately documenting code
Require minimal supervision and provide oversight for assigned projects
Prepare proposals and time estimates for future work
Schedules work to meet completion dates and technical specifications
4+ years of deep experience in Java development in a professional environment, and proficiency with Sling
2+ years of professional hands-on AEM Software Development experience and experience building sites using AEM 6.
1+ Experience working with an Agile methodology and iterative development.
Nice to have experience with practices such as unit testing, static analysis, and build automation.
Have strong interpersonal skills such as effective listening, empathy, patience, and the ability to interface with customers.
Ability to quickly understand business and technical context in diverse customer environments.
Strong verbal and written communication skills, with the ability to work effectively across an organization.
Team player with the ability to work individually.
"Embrace the Unknown" ability - Desire to continually learn and explore new tools, concepts, and ideas and then share them with the rest of the team
Experience with Adobe Experience Cloud, and Analytics is a plus Experience with Adobe AEM Sites and Assets as cloud service is a plus Adobe AEM certifications are beneficial but not required