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Bangalore---Java-J2EE Team lead/Tech Lead/Project Lead

 
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We are looking for candidates who wants to work in a fun environment but is committed to deliveries with hard or smart work at times and with good technical knowledge in the following skills with good team management skills.

Job Description:

* 4-7 years of experience in Java and J2EE, Struts, HTML, DHTML, XML, Java Script, CSS, JSP, Servlets, EJB.
* RDBMS - Preferably Oracle, mySQL
* Application servers - JBoss, WebLogic, WebSphere (Atleast one is required)
* Frameworks � Struts, Tiles, Hibernate, Velocity, Springs (Atleast one is required)
* Knowledge in OOAD, UML and atleast some design Patterns
* Knowledge in Web Services / SOA
* OS- Windows added advantage - Linux

Desired Profile:

* Good communication skills
* Should have handled a small team
* Experience in Requirement gathering, Effort estimation, Project Planning and monitoring is preferred.
* Experience in customer Interfacing is an added advantage

Location: Bangalore

Company:
A leading Indian Software Services and Products company (SEI CMMI Level 5) with products ranging from Insurance, Banking, ERP, CRM and others.

Venky | IT - Recruitment Head
Mob: 94485 39657 | mail: Matching_Allies@yahoo.com
[ April 27, 2007: Message edited by: Venkateswarlu Thiriveedhi ]
 
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