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F/T Java Architect needed, Pittsburgh, PA

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I am a recruiter for Integral Strategies, Inc, an IT staffing and consulting firm in Pittsburgh. While our primary business is IT consulting and contract staffing, I am currently working on a excellent direct, full-time opportunity on behalf of one of my local clients.

We are seeking a Sr. Java Architect with a minimum of 10 yrs. IT experience. Of this, at least 5 yrs. needs to be focused in J2EE, with at least the most recent 2 yrs. spent as a primary Java Architect. Candidate must be able to design and develop systems in J2EE/Websphere environment, using Struts, JSP, Oracle and Toplink. Must have strong communication skills, and a grasp of systems integration issues. Client is prepared to pay a very competitive salary for the right person. May also consider contract-to-hire option if that works better for you. Please send me your Word or .rtf resume with contact details if interested.
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