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Looking for top-notch Java Developers (All ranges) for positions in Annapolis Junction, Maryland.

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Software development with Java, Java EE, Spring, and Hibernate.
BS degree required. Have several exciting opportunities for Junior, Mid-level, Senior, and Lead Developers on various programs in the Annapolis Junction area. All require high-level security clearance.

Are an experienced technical leader who enjoys solving complex problems?
Are just starting out but have strong technical skills and desire to become a technical leader?
Appreciate the opportunity to be exposed to and learn new technologies. We actively encourage employees to improve their technical skills?
Understand that technology exists to solve business problems. An architect knows what technologies to use for the problem at hand?
Want to work with and learn from other highly skilled engineers?
Want to work for a company that values the technical skills of its employees and provides one of the best compensation package in the industry?

If you are interested, please email me at jdrury@keywcorp.com
No third party inquiries, please.
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