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Terry Gautier
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Java Web Developer

Location: Napa, CA

A fantastic opportunity has just become available for a Java Web Developer with ScanAlert, the world leader in Internet Security. We have set the standard in internet security with our HACKER SAFE Certification, found on over 75,000 websites worldwide. Our certification not only provides peace of mind to website owners and online shoppers alike, but it also dramatically increases the conversion rate. HACKER SAFE also improves the search engine ranking, since our certification is viewed over 100 million times a day!

We are looking for a Java Web Developer for implementation of new features, improvements, and bug fixes for internal and customer facing web portals.

This is a fast paced environment. You should have experience with open-source technologies, databases, and web applications, including knowledge of web development best practices, performance, and design.

Required Skills

�1-3 years experience in professional web application development
�Solid understanding of core Java, Servlets and JSPs.
�HTML, CSS, JavaScript

Experience in the following:

�SQL and JDBC, preferably PostgreSQL
�Cacho Resin or Tomcat servlet containers
�IntelliJ Idea or Eclipse IDE
�CVS or Subversion

Our work environment is collaborative, energetic, and fun. We offer the following benefits: Competitive salary, health, dental, vision, and life insurance, long term disability, 401K, vacation, paid holidays, sick leave and the occasional free lunch.

Relocation available for the right candidate.

ScanAlert is an Equal Opportunity Employer. US Citizens or Green Card holders only please.

For immediate consideration, please submit your resume to careers@scanalert.com. Please include �Java Web Developer� in the subject line of your email.
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