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Permanent, full-time Java position in Jacksonville, FL - Cutting edge!

 
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Hello everyone:

I have an awesome opportunity for a Java Developer, high level, here in Jacksonville. This is a permanent full-time position with a base salary of up to $85,000 annually. The company offer a relocation package, $10k per year of tuition reimbursement, ten paid holidays, paid time off, health, dental, and life insurance, short term and long term disability, and even more that I am sure I am forgetting!

This position will give you the chance to work on some really cutting edge, cool projects. For example, one of the main projects this office is working on is the development of a web based flight simulation tool that will be used by air force pilots in training. They are also working on other simulation tools to be used by various arms of the DoD.

Please take a look at the required skills and job description. Call me at 904-861-2365 or email me at jessica.hurff@hurff-webb.com if this sounds like a fit for you. For this position, you have to be able to obtain Secret Level Clearance through the Department of Defense.

The Senior Java Developer performs software development activities under minimal supervision on medium to large size projects involving multiple languages, products, and/or platforms. The Senior Java Developer position requires six to nine years of experience in application design, software development, technical product support, or consulting with high levels of expertise and skill in one or more programming languages.

Candidates for the Senior Java Developer position must:

Have a minimum of 5 years experience working in the role of a software developer within a technology consulting firm, or within an Information Technology organization in a mid-to-large size corporation.

Have a strong knowledge of Java, J2SE, J2EE, JSP, Servlets, JDBC, Swing, XML, XSL, UNIX, Windows, Oracle, and SQL Server

Have experience with middleware including J2EE application servers and distributed application brokers

Have knowledge of and/or experience with Service-Oriented Architecture and Web Services (strongly desired.)

Have experience designing applications, systems, and components using methodologies such as Rational Unified Process (RUP), Agile Development, etc. (Experience with Agile Methodology or Extreme Programming strongly desired)

Have excellent verbal and written communication skills.

Be willing to travel up to 20%.
 
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Hi Jessica,
Do you consider H1B guys also ?

thanks,
Sambit
 
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Hi Sambit !

Do you consider H1B guys also ?

You didn't read her post accurately, she said "For this position, you have to be able to obtain Secret Level Clearance through the Department of Defense", which means native US citizens only, and certainly with great restrictions since patriot act. All others, whatever H1B or even GC simply can't fit.

Best regards.
 
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