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DS0527 - Sr. Java Developer with Distributed Computing NYC 8/26/2003
New York City, NY
Full-time Permanent Position
Must be local tri-state candidate or able to relocate quickly.
Must have financial background.
Salary Based on Skill Level and Experience ($100,000 - $160,000)
Note: All candidates are required to take technical Java/J2EE testing!!!
Must be US Citizen, Greencard Holder, Permanent Resident or Canadian Citizen!!
If interested, please send copy of your resume and full contact information to <email></email>
Client is a specialized turn key consulting company with a specific vertical focus in the financial services industries.
We are seeking a well rounded technician, with experience in distributed computing, and financial experience, to team lead the design and implementation of the next generation of distributed applications for use in reducing delivery time of mission critical information.
Along with the reduction of hardware costs to support such a system, the candidate will be required to work directly with our client, in all aspects of the design and implementation.
Good people skills are essential.

Financial Background, i.e. Equities, Fixed Income, Derivatives, some knowledge of the calculations used to price them.
A solid understanding of distributed computing terms such as MPI, Platform Computing and Grid Computing and experience in design and implementation of such systems is ESSENTIAL.

Experience with JNDI a must, as this will be required to interface with existing C libraries available in the client.
Without all of the above skills, candidates will not be considered for this role.
Experience with other languages such as C++, C, and C# required.
Experience with either Solaris 2.x or Windows NT 4.x, Windows XP, RedHat LINUX required.
Experience with both Solaris 2.x and Windows NT 4.x preferred.
4+ years Java (JDK 1.x-2.x) required.
Java 2 Enterprise Edition (J2EE) required.
Strong server programming abilities required.
Experience with Java subsystems such as the Java threads package, the Java Native Interface (JNI), and Java Plug-in 1.x required, JNDI (JAVA NAMING AND DIRECTORY INTERFACE).
Working knowledge of the Java Virtual Machine required.
Oracle7.x-8.x or Sybase 11.x required.
Java Database Connectivity (JDBC) drivers such as BEA/WebLogic JDBC or Sybase jConnect required.
EJB using a production EJB server such as BEA WebLogic Server or IBM WebSphere required.
Multi-tier architecture and production Internet architectures required.
Advanced knowledge of distributed computing using either the Java Remote Method Invocation (RMI) or Common Object Request Broker Architecture (CORBA) technologies such as IONA OrbixWeb or equivalent required.
HTML and HTTP required.
Java Server Pages (JSP) required.
Experience with Java Servlets required.
XML required.
Experience with active fail-over Internet architectures preferred.
Rational Rose preferred.
[ August 26, 2003: Message edited by: Diane Wallace ]
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