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J2EE Developer Vacancies in Singapore for Fresh/Experienced Graduate

 
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A prestigious giant MNC company in Singapore has job opportunities
for talented J2EE Developers. Competitive package will be
available for those who are suitable !

Job Description
============ ===

To perform coding & testing of program modules
To analyze & troubleshoot application problems
To enhance/improve applications when required

Requirements
============

Strong Object Oriented Design background

Good Knowlegde in Java, J2ee technologies.

Fresh graduates with good J2EE concepts and good programming skills
or good diploma holders with j2EE development experience

Advantageous to those who has the experience in following area:
Web Applications, Weblogic/WebSphere App Svr, Oracle, XML, MQ,
HTML, Spring, Hibernate or struts.

Team player with good communication and interpersonal skills

Experience in govt projects will be an added advantage.

Candidates who are available for face-to-face interview n Singapore will have advantage.

Please send your resume/cv to "danielswlee@ ,yahoo.com" indicating your
last drawn salary, expected salary and availability.

We regret that only shortlisted candidates will be notified.
 
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