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I have 5+ positions full time permanent openings in my group and I am helping HR people to get good resumes. They are always complaining that they don't get good resumes and I wonder why so I am giving it shot myself. Why here because I have used this site alo in my career so its just sort of returning some thing.

3 QA positions for Java engineers. You must be very solid in java sdk programming. Goal is automating our APIs. Fresh Grads with degrees from US universities are also encouragd. Pay scale would be 80k to 110K depending on experience.

We have two vacanices for senior java developers with expertise in struts/hibernation/springs frame work. Atleast 2 years US experience is must. Pay scale would be 90-120K

Send me resumes at shazamki [at] hotmail [dot] com at your earliest

By the way we are leading company in bay area in our field and work environment is awesome.

Only people who are already in US should send me resumes.YOU MUST BE IN US/Canada. If you clear phone inetrview, we would fly you here.

New H-1 for fresh grads and H-1 transfer is not an issue at all.I am doing phone interview myself so believe me if I like your resume , you would get call in next two days.
 
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Please understand these jobs are for people who are in US. Do not send me resume if you are not in US.
 
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Who says that job market is not good. I got only TWO resumes and both people were not in US :-) Bravo .....
 
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Hi Mauham !

Who says that job market is not good. I got only TWO resumes and both people were not in US :-) Bravo .....

Perhaps a mere 24 hours wait from first publication onwards are too small a delay to expect hundreds of good relevant resumes...

You must know that good resources are always too scarce anyway. There is a very interesting Deloitte's recent survey showing that finding and keeping skilled people is by far the most crucial asset for succeeding companies. You should be more patient.

Best regards.
 
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Hi Mauham,

Can you mention what kind of experience you are looking for. I mean, if we have 6-8 months experience and are certified in Java/J2EE and are good, would you consider them? And what kind of time frame are you looking at ? I am certified in SCJP, SCWCD, SCBCD and OCA (DBA), I am a Master's student and I have 8 months of experience in Java, Servlets JSPs, Struts, Webwork, Ajax. Would my profile suit you. I am in US but would need a H1 though...
Let me know,

Thanks.
 
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