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Hi everyone! Is this you?
Call me if it is. Job description follows my contact details.
Christine Nicholl
Sapphire Technologies

I'm looking for a strong Java Technical Architect, very senior level person. EJB, J2EE, RMI, XML, JDBC, web technologies such as JSP servlets and Apache Tomcat for a 2-5 year contract in the Chicago Suburbs.
Need to have:
*Knowledge of enterprise applications--inside and out
*Ability to diagram what they are talking about
*Knowledge of software methodologies (ie: Waterfall, RUP (Rational Unified Process)).
*This person will have to have a strong personality to "hold their own" with high level architects from IBM
Position Requirements/Skills:
� A minimum of 5 years of object-oriented software development.
� Experience writing custom Swing components and extending Swing components.
� Requires the following technical skills: EJB, J2EE, RMI, XML, JDBC, web technologies such as JSP servlets and Apache Tomcat.
� Demonstrated ability to solve moderate to complex application problems independently.
� Proven technical leadership skills in analysis and design for complex systems.
� Ability to work with both internal and external customers and meet project deadlines.
� Effective written and verbal communication skills.
� Prior exposure to retail systems and use or knowledge of Association of Retail Technology Standards (ARTS) preferred.
� BS in Computer Science preferred or equivalent experience.
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