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OK! First of all the reason as to why I did not post this in the Jobs offerred forum.
1. This is not an assured position.
2. I know nothing about the location / payscale of this job
With that out of the way lets get on to the actual stuff.
I know a friend who works for a consulting company and they are looking to hire a couple of Java Developers. I dont know the specifics but if you guys are looking for some work this may be a good break. Usually these assignments are for a year or two and if you're lucky three. Payscale roughly is around 60 - 70K per year. You may be required to relocate and at your expense but the company will probably reimburse some minor part(dont expect anything!) You will be provided 14 days accomodation and 14 days of rental car in the new city / town. After that you're on your own.
Skill set required is
  • J2EE, EJB, Servlets, JSP, Struts
  • Experience with atleast one major app server
  • Desirable: UML, etc.

  • My understanding of the requirements is vague but if you guys are willing to take a shot in the dark this is one of those listings.
    If you're interested email me your resume at pmckenna9999@yahoo.com
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