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(Job) Java Developer - Harrisburg, PA

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This is my direct-client opening for a long-term Java Contractor located in Harrisburg, PA. The rate is $40-$50/hour.

We are looking for a Java Developer with experience working in a large enterprise. Candidate needs a minimum of 5 years work experience in full life cycle development methodologies in the technologies listed below. Excellent customer relationship and communication skills are required.

Skills Required:

Oracle, SQL and PL/SQL – 3+ years
Must have knowledge of Oracle architecture (databases, tables, views, indexes, i/o, etc.)
JAVA applications (not applets) or C# - 3 years
Demonstrated ability to work as part of a team
Knowledge of MS SQL databases, ETL tools, pub/sub, DB design a plus

Please complete the following skills-matrix and send back with your updated resume

Full Name:
Total Experience as a Java Developer:
Total Experience with Oracle:
Total Experience with SQL:
Total Experience with PL/SQL:
Total Experience with Java applications or C#: (please specify which one)
Hourly Rate:
Is this rate C2C//W-2? If C2C, specify the corporate name:
Day Phone #:
Evening Phone #:
Cell Phone #:
Current City/State:
Work Status (US Citizen / Green Card / Others):

Please send reply to naren_cgt @ yahoo.com (remove spaces!!)
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