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Bill Law
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Positions: Java Programmers (All Levels)

Location: Ithaca, New York (relocation assistance is provided)

Salary: $60,000.00 - $85,000.00

General Comments
This company in Ithaca, NY is seeking Java programmers for mutiple openings.
They are targeting a blend of Junior/Senior level hires( 4 jr.level
to 1 senior level ratio) for the Programmers.
This is growth due to their business growing at a fast pace.
Relocation is offered for these positions,
they will consider sign-on bonuses and also take into consideration
the cost of relocation dependent on the candidates
and their situations.
If you have 3 +years experience and are looking for a fun and laid
back culture but a fast paced and busy work environment
with the option to telecommute based on where you are within a 50
mile radius from Ithaca, please apply for more details!!

They will also consider candidates with transferrable H1B visas.

Responsibilities include:
- Implement, unit test and maintain software components
- Work closely with other members of the Development team
- Interact with BA, QA and Support teams on an on-going basis

Must have:
- Current hands-on expertise in Java (min of 3 yrs exp), Java
development tools, primarily Eclipse
- Expertise in Relational Database Management Systems, primarily Oracle
- Familiar with Software Configuration Management tools, primarily Subversion
- Familiar with Linux and Microsoft Windows operating systems
- Ability to work flexible work hours if needed
- Good verbal / written communication skills, sufficient competence
in English is required
- Good team player, able to work well with distributed teams
Preferred Qualifications:
- Familiar with Agile Programming techniques, JavaScript, XML and XSLT
- BA / BS degree

For immediate consideration, please send your resume to:
Please use job code:Javaranch/ Ithaca Java/AS

It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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