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Senior Java Consultant Position in Wilmington, DE

 
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Aavalar Consulting has been contracted by a client near Wilmington DE to provide a senior level JAVA Developer to build custom interfaces to an instrument control system. This consultant will need to have experience developing Web services because the next version of the system will provide a browser based interface for end users. This is a great opportunity to for someone who wants to mix engineering and computer science in a cutting edge, multi-tier, Java development environment. Also, there will be some support activities which will provide an opportunity to interface with our client's internal users in different departments.
It is anticipated that this assignment will last several years, and our client may want to turn this into a contract to hire at some point down the road for the right person.

Consultant's Title: Senior Java Development Consultant

Work Location: Near Wilmington DE

Is Telecommuting possible? No

Work environment: Cube and lab in a fairly typical large suburban office park

Who does this position will report to?: Manager Of Real Time Systems And Support

Why is there a need for a consultant/contractor?
> Growth in the group and commitment to use new technologies

What is the start date of the contract?: Before December 4th, 2008

What is the anticipated length/scope of the contract?: Several years

What is the size of department?: 5 in the group, under 20 in the department

What projects will the consultant be involved with?:
> Ongoing customization and support of a very complicated instrument management system

Responsibilities:
> 80+% new development in a Java J2EE environment
> 10% to 20% support of existing code base

Role with the group: Individual Contributor - No management responsibilities

Required Skills:
> Solid Java J2EE Development experience
> User interface development experience using JSP (for current release)
> User interface development experience using JSF (for next release)
> Web Services development experience
> Weblogic Application Server development experience

Desired Skills:
> Oracle development and configuration experience

Selling point of the job:
> This is a great opportunity to work in a very unique environment, using cutting edge Java J2EE tools.
> If you are looking to get deep experience in Web Services, particularly in a mission critical application, this is your chance.

Work Hours and Schedule: Typical business hours with some flex

Is overtime paid, and is it at straight time? Yes... Straight time

Dress Code: Biz Casual

Who is involved in the interview process?
> The process generally moves along pretty quickly. This client usually does a 1 to 2 hour panel interview and starts the assignment almost immediately. Pretty painless.

Keywords: Java J2EE, JSP, Java Server Pages, JSF, Java Server Faces, Web Services, Weblogic, Application Server, SQL Database Development, Oracle, Flash, Instument Control

PLEASE SEND YOUR RESUME TO SEAN@AAVALAR.COM

*** MUST BE ABLE TO WORK IN THE US WITHOUT SPONSORSHIP (US Citizen, Permanent Resident, TN Visa, or EAD Card) ***
 
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