Battle Resource Management, Inc.

Adobe AEM Developer

Job Locations US-MD-Chevy Chase | US-VA-Fairfax
Posted Date 4 weeks ago(1/23/2018 4:39 PM)
# of Openings
Application Development


BRMi Technology is seeking an Adobe AEM Developer to design, develop, implement and maintain new IT solutions, or changes/enhancements to existing solutions that align with business initiatives and corporate strategies.


  • Candidate should have 1-2 years’ experience with Adobe Experience Manager v6.0 or above, including implementation and administration of Dispatchers, Publishers, Authors, and experience with disaster recovery in a highly available 24x7 environment
  • Ideal candidate will have 3-4 years’ experience with system administration of J2EE applications on Red Hat Enterprise Linux version 6.0 or above using init.d
  • Candidate should be proficient in Bash scripting with abilities to understand and update existing application scripts, and be able to create new application scripts to automate repetitive tasks
  • Candidate should be proficient with CRXDE interface, OSGI interface, TarMK and MongoMK MSRP, segment and data stores and associated recovery scenarios, nodes and content management, user and group permissions, packages and bundle administration, and general AEM support
  • Candidate experience with MongoDB, Apache Solr/Zookeeper, CA Siteminder, AD-LDS/e-Dir, and vulnerability remediation/mitigation is preferred



We are an equal opportunity employer that values diversity and commitment at all levels. All individuals, regardless of personal characteristics, are encouraged to apply. Employment policies and decisions on employment and promotion are based on merit, qualifications, performance, and business needs. The decisions and criteria governing the employment relationship with all employees are made in a nondiscriminatory manner, without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, age, marital status, physical or mental disability, medical condition, veteran status, or any other factor determined to be unlawful by federal, state, or local statutes. 


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