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Robert Half Technology has numerous Central Ohio area clients that rely on us to provide technical expertise to augment project requirements. Opportunities may be contract or contract-to-hire. We are seeking local professionals with 3+ years of Java/J2EE experience. As always, we are seeking the 'Best-of-the-best'. Successful candidates will have excellent interpersonal skills and be able to work well in a team environment. This represents an opportunity to join a large applications development group working with cutting-edge technology. To apply for this position please go to www.rht.com, complete the registration process and upload your resume.


3+ years of experience in Java development, (Java certifications a plus), experience with Java, J2EE, JDBC, Java Beans, EJB, Struts, etc., experience with Tomcat/Apache, Websphere, Weblogic, JBoss desirable. Experience with XML, Oracle, DB2, SQL Server also a plus. Highly knowledgeable in software development lifecycle (SDLC), a BS in Computer Science or a related field, and exceptional communication skills.

If you are interested please forward a word version of your resume to Chris.Ferguson@rht.com or visit www.rht.com
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