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DSG Systems, a Colorado based consulting firm, currently has a client in the Denver Tech Center with an opening for a Oracle, PL/SQL and Java/J2EE/EJB developer.

Title:� Oracle, PL/SQL and Java/J2EE Developer
Duration:� 4 month contract to hire
Location:� Denver Tech Center
Required skills:� Must be extremely proficient in Oracle, PL/SQL development. Must be proficient in Java and J2EE with a firm understanding of good OO practices. Desired Skills: WebLogic Platform 8.1, including WebLogic Portal Workshop.
Really Nice to Have Skills: Oracle Developer 2000/Forms/Reports

Local candidates only.� No third parties or sponsorships please.

If you are qualified and interested, please forward current resume in MS Word format, current contact information, availability and salary range to� I try my best to respond to everyone personally. If I am unable to respond due to resume volume, I sincerely apologize.� Thank you for your time and consideration.
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