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Java/Wily Architect-Can be located anywhere in the USA; 90% Travel--H1B candidates accepted!

 
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Seeking a Java/Wily Architect with the following skills for a CONTRACT opportunity:

Work from home; 90% Travel

Job Overview
o This position is responsible for providing professional technical services to Wily Technology customers across the range of Wily products, through the software lifecycle, providing optimized J2EE and Java application monitoring, performance management, problem resolution, and mentoring.

Work Experience
o 5 plus years experience in the IT/Software industry
o Minimum of 3 years of relevant experience in large scale J2EE/Java production environments
o Minimum of 2 years experience with at least one application server.

Requirements:
o Wily Introscope Experience (Required)
o 5 plus years experience in the IT/Software industry, with a minimum of 3 years of relevant experience in large scale J2EE/Java production environments.
o Minimum of 2 years experience with at least one application server (WebSphere, WebLogic, JBoss, etc.).
o Business travel of approximately 70-90 percent yearly is expected for this position. (All Domestic Travel)
o Deep knowledge and understanding of J2EE/Java concepts and techniques.
o NET experience helpful.

Please send resumes to orl@vereduscorp.com
 
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