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Bill Law
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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.

Bill Law, Recruiter:

Well Established Company in West St. Louis, Missouri ( Saint Louis )needs a
Lead Web Developer (Programmer Analyst) to join it's staff.

NO Sponsorship Available.

Salary 70-78K starting salary, and relocation assistance is provided.

With a very positive work environment, good benefits including bonuses twice per year and
many new projects, this is a very attractive opportunity. You will function as the Lead Developer,
utilizing your C, C++, Java and database skills in programming but also spend significant
time in analysis, design and team lead responsibilities.
Your job functions will include new projects involving new product development
as well as some ongoing support of existing client systems.

* Qualifications:
-6 or more years IT experience with significant exposure to Perl,HTML,JavaScript
and solid database expereince.
-Java, Informix, and Informix 4GL experience would be a big plus
-In general good OO programming skills are a must.
-You will need to not only have excellent programming background but also
significant experience in design and analysis and the ability to
take charge and lead projects.
*Must be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident.

For immediate consideration, please email your resume as an attachment to:

Please Use Job Code:JavaRanch/ St Louis/Programmer A./FL
Phone: 1-800-549-8502

I pay referral fees.
So please contact me if you know of anyone who would be qualified/interested in the
posiition�described above- if it is not a match for your skills.
Bill Law
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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