I am a certified Project Manager Professional (PMP) and a Sun Certified Enterprise Architect with 12 years of deep experience in Information Technology and a graduate in Computer Science. I am looking for an IT Architect/Project Manager/System Analyst J2EE job opportunity in Canada or USA. (Please, no Developer Opportunities) H1B Sponsorship required.
My professional achievements are as follows:
� Eight years of intensive Java-specific experience (J2EE/J2SE/J2ME). � Strong knowledge of other languages such as C/C++/C#, Delphi, Microsoft .Net. � Seven years of part-time and some full-time teaching experience. � Solid management skills � Strong experience in Business integration (WBI, EAI, ...) � Strong experience in IBM Products (Websphere, Rational, DB2,...) � Strong experience in CMMI level 5, RUP, XP, UML, Function Points and PMI.
Certifications: � Project Management Professional (PMP) � Sun Certified Enterprise Architect � IBM OOAD - Object Oriented Analysis and Design with UML � Brainbench Java 1 � Brainbench Java 2 � Brainbench Java 2 - GUI � Brainbench Java 2 Fundamentals � Brainbench OO Concepts � Brainbench Java 2 - Non-GUI � Brainbench Java 2 Platform Enterprise Edition (J2EE) � Brainbench Java - EJB � Brainbench Java - EJB 2.0 � Brainbench Java - EJB 2.0 Fundamentals � Brainbench XML � Brainbench Unified Modeling Language (UML) � Brainbench OO Design Patterns � Brainbench Web Services Concepts � Brainbench Programmer/Analyst Aptitude � Brainbench Business Communication � Brainbench Programming Concepts � Brainbench RDBMS Concepts � Brainbench Java Server Pages (JSP 1.2) � Brainbench IBM Application Integration � Brainbench IBM Availability Management � Brainbench IBM Change Management � Brainbench IBM Configuration Management � Brainbench Software Quality Assurance � Brainbench IBM Asset Management � Brainbench IBM Data Integration � Brainbench Project Management � Brainbench Software Testing � Brainbench Java Programmer � Brainbench Computer Programmer
Anybody has any infomation regarding job? Please, let me know through PM.
Regards, Hugo Raposo
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