Hi, I pay referral fees if the referral results in a hire. Therefore, if the position described below is not a match for you (i.e. qualifications, location,etc) but you know of someone who would be qualified/interested in this opportunity, please contact me right away. Thanks, Bill Law, Recruiter:
Location: Grand Rapids, Michigan (Western part of Michigan near splendid recreational opportunities, villages and big city, all available within a short distance.)
Salary Range: 70-85K..depends on experience. Excellent opportunity with long term career growth in financially stable company. Excellent relocation and benefits.
*Description: Several Positions for JAVA Programmers and Senior JAVA Programmers to work on complex work requests. Responsible for application design.analysis, developing project plans, coding, testing, documenting all code, and maintaining and upgrading existing applications. WIll interface with customers to assist in the implementation of work requests. Will code, debug, test programs untilizing JAVA and web-based programming tools.
*Requirements: -Three or more years programming in application development utilizing JAVA. -Three or more years Relational Database experience. -Strong knowledge of C/C++. -Solid experience in some of the following: J2EE(JAVA Servlets, JSP, EJB), UML and the Weblogic Application Server. -Strong oral and written communication skills. -Demonstrated tract record of successul system and project implementation.
-Company will administer and candidate will Successfully complete an analytical APTITUDE EXAM.
*Must be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident.
For immediate consideration, please send your resume as a Word attachment along with the position number that you are qualified for to: OraStaff, Inc. Email: email@example.com Please use job code:Javaranch/Grand Rapids/Java/BR ph: 1-800 -549-8502
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*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
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