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App Dev - Manager : Java, J2EE, , Websphere, XML/XSLT - Columbus, Ohio 6/8/05

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Contract assignment with a large financial institution in Columbus, Ohio. Six positions are currently available. Contracts are approved for up to 4 months and could be extended well beyond that with a possibility for permanent placement if desired. Please reply if interested. Assignment details are as follows:

Project Title:
Integration Project

Project Description:
Client would like to integrate Market News into Advisor View, so that they can provide consistent tools and information for
front office associates. They would also like to move off the legacy client/server applications ILX and Reuters Plus.

Required Skills:
Strong knowledge of basic Java, J2EE 1.3, XML/XSLT, databases (SQL, schema, normalization, optimization, JDBC, stored procedures,
knowledge of Sybase or/and Oracle preferred), JSP, JSP custom tags, Servlets, Struts, Java Script, Application server knowledge (Websphere
5.0 is preferred), Object Oriented Design and Architecture, OOP/Java/J2EE Design Patterns. Financial industry (brokerage/bank/insurance)
experience specifically in investment performance calculations a big plus.

Other Skills:
DHTML, EJB, portal frameworks and portlets, templating frameworks like Tiles, Ant.

Scope of Work:
J2EE application development.
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