Scandent Group is a global IT Consulting and Business Process Outsourcing company that has served more than 2,000 insurance, financial services, healthcare, government and manufacturing firms worldwide. IT services include business consulting, application implementation, software engineering, maintenance and support services; Business Process Outsourcing services include insurance claims management and risk management, business process outsourcing of customer relationship management, accounting and other business infrastructure functions.
Scandent Group is a SEI-CMMi Level 5 Certified company. We are awarded International Head Quarters (IHQ) status by the Singapore Economic Development Board. We have also been awarded People Developer Standard, a prestigious Human Resources Development Award for Scandent Singapore Opertaions. We have a Multimedia Super Corridor Status (MSC) awarded by Multimedia Development Corporation, Malaysia. It has over 4000 employees across key global markets, including the U.S., UK, India, Germany, France, Singapore, Japan, Malaysia and Australia.
We are looking for Java/J2ee Developers for our development center at Kuala Lumpur,Malaysia.This is for a permanent position. Candidates with 0-5 yrs. of experience in JSP/Servelets/Struts/Websphere and with excellent communication skills can apply.If interested pl forward your profile to:email@example.com. Since we have multiple openings across the level, we would appreciate if you can refer your friends also for this requirement.
Thanks&Regards, Metzen [ November 27, 2006: Message edited by: fred rosenberger ]
I am a j2ee/oracle developer with 5 yrs of experience. I am from India. Are you looking for people from Malaysia or can you sponser some work permit if you find some deserving people from other countries?
Hi Cherian, I am from India and working for an MNC. I have 2.7 years of experience in JAVA N J2EE in Banking domain.Will you sponser for work permit and other stuff. I am also SCJP certified. Please reply.
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