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Java Developer - Seattle WA, Contract to hire

 
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Java Developer in Seattle Washington Posted 9/24/07

Fortune 500 company in Seattle is looking for an experienced, versatile Java Developer to work with a small team on a global systems monitoring and reporting application. Opportunity to work with a variety of technologies from Ajax to JNI.

Must have Requirements:
* Minimum of 4 years of Java development experience
* Experience building server-side Java applications with Apache Tomcat, servlets and JSPs
* SQL database skills, preferably using MySQL, MS SQL Server and Oracle
* Strong sense of teamwork and the ability to learn new technologies quickly

Nice to have:
*Experience with Hibernate, Spring, Ajax and JavaScript
* JNI, C++, Flash

Responsibilities
* Design and develop new application features and enhancements
* Collaborate with other developers on design, development and testing
* Help maintain, manage and support production system

Contract to hire position

For more information please contact Dean Larson at Enpria.com or reply to dean.larson@enpria.com .
 
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