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Java/ Swing Developer (Houston, TX)

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We are looking for a candidate for a contract to hire position in Houston. The candidate MUST be willing to convert to a permanent employee. Relocation assistance can be negotiated.

Skills required: J2EE, Swing, Oracle or eqivalent relational database experience.

Looking for strong Java/ Swing development experience. This is a Senior level development position, but is not a lead. There is a lot of development/support on existing applications, as well as new development. Some analyst work could be required, and working with end-users.

IBM Websphere experience is a big plus. Tibco experience is helpful, but not required.

The salary is dependent on experience, and will be 85-110K.

Unfortunately we can not offer any visa sponsorship. The candidates must be a US Citizen or a green card holder. We only work directly with our client and direclty with the candidate, and do not work with third parties or outside agencies. (please do not reply to this posting if you are an agency reprsenting a candidate)

If you are interested. Please send your resume to michelle@odysseyis.com
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