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Java Positions Available in Tallahassee, Florida

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We are currently recruiting for the following Java Programmer
positions for our client here in Tallahassee, Florida. If you are
qualified and interested, please forward your resume' asap. The
positions can start as early as this coming Tuesday. The rate for
these 1-year positons are $30 - $35 per hr all-inclusive. The JAVA
Developer position rate is $43 per hr all-inclusive.


Position 1 - Java Programmer
Position 2 - Java Programmer

Position 3 - Java Developer, with GIS exp

Job Description:

The purpose of this role is to provide java software solutions as a
team member. Duties will include interacting with the customers and
team members to develop and deliver software functionality. The
developer will participate in meetings, recommend technologies and
solutions, and deliver functionality as required, etc. Must have in
depth knowledge of Java frameworks.


3+ years experience in full software lifecycle process

3+ years JAVA, J2EE, XML, Struts, Hibernate technologies

1+years experience with Geographic Information Systems---only for
position #3

Strong verbal and written communication skills

Experienced in full life cycle of software development; requirements
analysis, design, development, testing, implementation
Everybody's invited. Except this tiny ad:
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