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Web Architects/Leads/Developer positions with Travelers Hartford, CT 9/23/07  RSS feed

 
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Travelers was recently ranked Top Property & Casualty Company in BusinessWeek's Best Places to Launch a Career Survey!

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Web Architects/Leads/Developer positions with Travelers Insurance Hartford, CT or St Paul, MN

Location: Hartford, CT or St Paul, MN - relocation assistance is possible

Duration: Permanent �MUST have green card or US Citizen

Salary: Negotiable with up to 20% annual bonus and excellent benefits

Our company provides property and casualty insurance coverage for both individual and commercial clients. We are a Fortune 500 company, with total assets of approximately $113 billion, shareholders� equity and total revenue of $24 billion, with approximately 30,000 employees



POSITION DESCRIPTION

We are continuing to grow and are looking for the following experienced IT Professionals:

JAVA/J2EE DEVELOPERS AND ARCHITECTS (WebSphere; SQL; SOAP; JavaScript; AJAX; JBOSS)
.NET DEVELOPERS (C#.NET; VB.NET; XML; SQL)
INFORMATION ARCHITECTS (Agile Methodology); UML support tools; COGNOS; Teradata)
TECHNICAL LEADS (JAVA/ J2EE; .NET)
If interested in these positions , please write back with your availability to interview and to start, the reason you are leaving your present situation OR the reason for leaving your last position, along with your minimum permanent salary requirement and

What is the status of your eligibility to work in the United States?



** Where do you live and are you open to relocation to Hartford, CT or St Paul, MN (Paid relocation package NOT available � so please indicate that you are aware of this and are willing to pay your own relocation)


Also, write back with the number of years of experience and a brief
explanation of that specific experience in each of the following:



.Net (which ones? How much?)
Agile Methodologies (SCRUM, XP, ASD, DSDM, FDD, etc�)
AJAX
C#
COBOL
Cognos
DB2 / UDB
EJB
J2EE
Java
Java CAPS
JavaScript
JBoss
JMS
JSP
Linux
Microsoft Studio
MQ
Oracle
RUP
Servlets
SQL
Teradata
UML
UML support tools (e.g. Rational Rose)
UNIX
WebSphere Application Developer
Windows (Microsoft)
Years of experience in property/casualty insurance companies (where? how long?)


**NOTE: Also be SURE that if you have a particular experience from the above listing, that you have reflected that technology under the specific job(s) where you used it on you resume...not just in your technical skills section!

Submit resume to: ruthiep@bellsouth.net

Ruthie Powell, Senior Recruiter & Sourcing Specialist for Travelers Insurance
rpowell2@travelers.com
770 722 7470 cell - from 8am to 10pm EST
http://www.travelers.com/
 
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