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Two Java Developers - Connecticut (Remote work might be considered)

 
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Hello,
There is an opening for two Java developers in New Haven, Connecticut. Requirements are as follows:
1. Atleast a year or two of Java programming experience
2. Candidates with SWING, J2EE experience would be preferred
3. Selected candidates would be required to perform additional duties such as HTML design, coding, database design etc.
Other details-
* This is a contact position. (No benefits package)
* Wages will be paid on an hourly basis ($20/hr to $40/hr)
* Working from home might be considered if
* This is a startup and hence the wages will not be at the industry level.
** No visa sponsorship available **
Please send your resume to pmckenna9999@yahoo.com
Thank You
[ April 01, 2003: Message edited by: Sriraj Rajaram ]
 
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What are the requirements for working from home?
Thanks.
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Originally posted by Sriraj Rajaram:
Hello,
There is an opening for two Java developers in New Haven, Connecticut. Requirements are as follows:
1. Atleast a year or two of Java programming experience
2. Candidates with SWING, J2EE experience would be preferred
3. Selected candidates would be required to perform additional duties such as HTML design, coding, database design etc.
Other details-
* This is a contact position. (No benefits package)
* Wages will be paid on an hourly basis
* Working from home might be considered if
* This is a startup and hence the wages will not be at the industry level.
** No visa sponsorship available **
Please send your resume to pmckenna9999@yahoo.com
Thank You


you need to list the hourly rate to keep this post active in this forum.. so please change the post to reflect the hourly rate..thanks
 
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Thank you for all your responses. We have already pre-selected the candidates and will be in touch with them
Position Closed
Thank You
 
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This is apparently the kind of client who likes to string people along. After an encouraging initial discussion, I got repeated promises of a longer phone call from the principal of the business. Finally I sent an email suggesting just making an appointment at his office. He asked how long a trip it was, I responded, and I haven't heard anything from him since.
Some people may think that leaving applicants dangling keeps their options open, or perhaps they just hate to say no. But they waste the applicant's time and damage their own credibility.
 
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Originally posted by Gary McGath:
This is apparently the kind of client who likes to string people along. After an encouraging initial discussion, I got repeated promises of a longer phone call from the principal of the business. Finally I sent an email suggesting just making an appointment at his office. He asked how long a trip it was, I responded, and I haven't heard anything from him since.
Some people may think that leaving applicants dangling keeps their options open, or perhaps they just hate to say no. But they waste the applicant's time and damage their own credibility.


I dunno. The guy Sriraj was recruiting for is someone who's running a small business and somehow or other he's managed to acquire a fair number of clients. So he's not always easy to get hold of.
I can sympathise, since I've been in the same boat myself a time or two, but the offer was legit - it just was filled already. I'm one of the ones hired.
So if it's any consolation, there's now one less person competing for the other positions out there (such as they are ) and the JavaRanch has to endure less whining from me.
And after 23 months on no income to speak of, it was about time.
 
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