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Java Programmer Position - Evansville, Indiana, USA

 
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PLEASE READ ENTIRE POST BEFORE REPLYING
Background:
My company, American General Finance, in Evansville, Indiana is seeking a mid-level Java Programmer. We are looking to start interviews in the next two weeks and are currently accepting resume's.
Position involves work with Core Java, JSP, and Servlets. We also use MQ-Series (essentially modify existing MQ framework code as needed). We also are responsible for the front-end HTML/DHTML/CSS of the application. Most of our applications are classic Model-View-Controller design running over the Internet and tied into back-end mainframe systems (MQ-Series & JDBC).
Our development environment is Win-XP, WSAD, and ClearCase (if I ever get it working).
We port our code to an AS-400 environment, where a different team is actually responsible for the actual deployment on WAS 5.0
We use NO EJB's, NO Struts, & NO Taglibs. Great position for someone with 1 or 2 yrs Java experience.
We may be doing some WebServices type work in the future.
If you are interested in doing above type work - please read on.
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Specs:
American General Finance - Evansville Indiana
Mid-Level Java Programmer
Education: Must have 4 yr college degree.
Certifications: This company loves to see Java certifications.
Very strong: Core Java, Servlets, JSP.
Should know: HTML, DHTML, CSS
Some knowledge: WSAD or other Eclipse based tool.
Pay Range: US$45-US$65/K yr.
Relocation: Provided
Sponsorship: NOT PROVIDED

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4. E-MAIL TO: John_Coxey@agfinance.com
- Attach your cover letter & resume' as a word document.
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Note:
- As a courtesy to the group, I will post when position has been filled.
Good luck!!!
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DO NOT MAIL TO MY yahoo.com account.
[ January 23, 2004: Message edited by: John Coxey ]
 
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I was wondering if you would considering hiring a hard-working ane enthusiastic trainee . I have done one semester of Java in my degree, Bachelor of Computer Engineering and looking to build up my skills on it.
My email is anuj_mittal123@yahoo.com.au
Thanks
Anuj
 
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Anujmittal Mittal:
- If you already have completed your degree, then send your resume.
- American General's specifications for this job do require that
you have an existing 4-yr college degree.
John Coxey
 
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Mr. Coxey,
I sent you a resume under my real name. I'm sorry to say that I did not have an appropriate cover letter off-hand. However, if you don't mind an additional attachment I will be more than happy to type one up. Just let me know.
I can't do that at work as I can't even get to my e-mail during the day and I don't think it would be appropriate (sort of a technical/ethical double whammy) but if it is required I will send it off as soon as I see a reply from you.
 
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Rob:
- No problem.
- Can you get me your cover letter as soon as possible. If you are
sending as an attachment, please make sure you put some text in the
body of your e-mail, otherwise our system treats as spam and I won't
get it.
John Coxey
 
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what is the starting date for this position?
I am looking forward to apply for this job if it starts from mid-May 2004.Becuase am graduating in May 2004.
Please let me know.
Thanks
venkat
 
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- Position was filled Feb 29, 2004.
Thanks,
John Coxey
 
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