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Aachen/Germany - Java System Developer Job - Only for german speakers (Feb 18, 2007)

 
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Open Jobs in Aachen-West Germany. Applicants should have presentation skills and should be fluent in german language.

For details send me private message.
[ August 13, 2007: Message edited by: Darya Akbari ]
 
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Hello..
Iam java/j2ee developer, working in amman-jordan , i have experience in j2ee field:Servlet,JSP,Struts,Oracle10g,as well as JasperReport,
iam now learning the germany language in AcadmyCenter in Amman,in addition to English , i know Italian language...
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Hi Ala'a,

You don't need to be a german native but your german language skills must be perfect.

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Darya
 
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Hello,
Im from Belgium...I only understand german...


ps: i lived in Aachen for 9 months ( at my girlfriend's home ) in Oberforstbach close to the Belgian border.

Arno


in Aachen-West Germany


lool the berlin wall felt a long time ago...

[ February 20, 2007: Message edited by: Arno Reper ]
[ March 09, 2007: Message edited by: Fred Rosenberger ]
 
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Originally posted by Arno Reper:
the berlin wall felt a long time ago.



Sure, I could have said that Aachen is side by side with Belgium, the Netherlands, 3 hours away from Paris, 1 hour from Luxembourg etc.
 
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Exactly
you could add its 153km from reper arno's door to Aachen

[ February 20, 2007: Message edited by: Arno Reper ]
 
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... and I could have said that Aachen is 1 hour away from beautiful Brussels .
 
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I'm still searching for my bike???

I've done some research and discovered that Achen is some 894,2 kilometers from
Rotterdam.

Don't they have JAVA-developers in Germany ??
 
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People, please remember that this is an English only site.

I have gone through the thread and deleted any posts that were entirely in German, and tried to edit the posts that had a mix of German and English.

If some posts don't quite make sense anymore, that may be why.
 
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Originally posted by Remko Strating:
I'm still searching for my bike???

I've done some research and discovered that Achen is some 894,2 kilometers from
Rotterdam.

Don't they have JAVA-developers in Germany ??



Maybe searching for Aken does help. Of course we have Java Developers over here, I am one of them .

Originally posted by Fred Rosenberger:
People, please remember that this is an English only site.

I have gone through the thread and deleted any posts that were entirely in German, and tried to edit the posts that had a mix of German and English.

If some posts don't quite make sense anymore, that may be why.



Hi Fred,

I have no problem with those little german talks removed from my thread.

Regards,
Darya
 
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Good old europe

 
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The job offer is still valid
 
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How can we contact these people, Please le me know their contact numbers or address
 
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The original poster has asked that you contact them via a private message. Click on the for any of Darya Akbari's posts to access this functionality.
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Hi ranchers,

At the moment we have 6 vacancies for experienced Java EE Developers with fluent German language skills.

Anyone interested in more information, please send a private message to me at JavaRanch.

Regards,
Darya
 
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Due to some feedback from freelancers I want to say the job offers are meant only as permanent positions. We are not interested in freelancers, contractors or anything like.

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Darya
 
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Darya, due to the international nature of JavaRanch, you might want to spell out explicitly what, if any, visa requirements should be met by applicants, and whether or not relocation expenses will be paid.
 
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Hi Ulf,

you mention some interesting points. However I am not in the position to give you the right information here.

Nevertheless, I try to answer your points. So far we didn't pay for relocations. The next thing is a work permission. Once we decide an applicant match our criteria, the German chamber for labor has to give its OK. You should then apply for a visa at your German embassy. After your arrival in Germany you must change your visa into a permanent residence.

But as I said, this information is not exact and people who are of interest for us will receive a detailed procedure.

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Darya
 
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However I am not in the position to give you the right information here.



That's understandable. But I bet that the fact that your company is willing to sponsor non-EU foreigners for a visa -and that they may have to pay for their relocation expenses themselves- is of interest to many folks here.
[ August 13, 2007: Message edited by: Ulf Dittmer ]
 
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Hi Ulf,

We have colleagues who came during Germany's Greencard period between 2000 and 2004. As far as I know there were no relocation fees paid for them.

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Darya
 
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