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My client is a software development firm focusing in the medical arena. This is NOT a government position. Our client is looking for mid-level, and senior level Java Developers to do work involving designing and programming Object Oriented systems for various projects. To give you a quick snapshot of there product, our client has developed and marketed an application called QC PathFinder to hospitals around the country. QC PathFinder is an automated infection control system that monitors live microbiology data for significant events and emerging patterns of antibiotic resistance. The company has been around for 10 years, and was founded by a group of MIT graduates.

To get more informations and apply:
http://www.softdevjobs.com/job/68e077b6d5a647ee925897982edf3217/
 
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