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Java P/A Position- Kentucky

 
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Louisville Kentucky company needs Java Programmer Analysts to join its' IT team.

This is a full time staff position so no sub-contractors or third parties
please.

Please do not call or send a resume if you are not in the U.S. and/or need
sponsorship.

*Duties and Responsibilities:
-Apply systems methodology to development, enhancement and maintenance project to meet all
deliverable requirements.
-Initiate systems design specifications and prepare flow charts, block diagrams using current
design techniques or functional program specifications.
-Develop new programs and perform maintenance to existing programs based on specifications.
-Develop and execute unit and system test plans to verify that modifications are accurate
and complete, and results are consistent with the system requirements.
-Provide technical guidance and direction to less experienced programmer analysts.
-On Call and weekend support is required for this position.
-All other duties as define by management.

*Requirements:
-JAVA minimum 4 years hands on experience with focus on JSP, EJB and servlets.
-C or C++ minimum 4 years hands on experience.
-Databases in a multi-platform environment minimum 4 years hands on experience.
-Experience with iScript, IBM's WebSphere or equivalent web application server platform,
Tandem NSK, XML, and Struts desirable.
-Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
-Ability to work both independently and in a team environment with limited supervision.
-Good organizational skills and attention to detail.

-U.S. Citizenship or permanent residency.

The base salary is up to 75K- Depends on experience.

If you are interested in this position, please send your resume as an
attachement to:

Email: oraman@verizon.net
* Please use job code:Javaranch/ Louisville/Java/Dan

PH:800-549-8502

We pay referral fees.
So please contact me if you know of anyone who would be qualified/interested
in the
position�described above- if it is not a match for your skills.
Thanks,
Bill Law
[ November 25, 2005: Message edited by: Mark Spritzler ]
 
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Hi,

This is Guddu, I am having more then 5 years of experience in Java and .NET technolgies. I have worked on various J2EE technologies(JAVA, Servlets/JSP, JMS, Swings, Spring, XSL/XML, JMX, JBoss, Tomcat Eclipse) and verious .NET areas (Winforms, ASP.NET, ADO.NET).

I am currenlty leading a 20 members team in a CMM level 5 company in india. I am a great technical trouble shooter and having very fast problem solving attitude.

Please get back to me if you can sponser me H1 visa, I will send you my updated resume.

Regards,
Guddu
 
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