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Opportunity for Java Developers in Brussels

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An exciting, long-term opportunity is available at European Parliament in Brussels for a Java Developer.

Working under our contract with European Parliament you will help our client accomplish their mission to promote democracy and human rights – not only in Europe, but also throughout the world.

We are searching for a candidate with a following profile:

   Minimum 8 years of experience with Java projects;
   Experience with JavaScript, jQuery, XML, Spring, Tomcat, Hibernate, Maven is mandatory;
   Experience with J2EE, HTML/CSS, Spring Data, Restful web services, HornetQ, JSon, SVN, Oracle;
   Master in Computer Science is mandatory;
   Excellent English, knowledge of French would be an asset;
   Able to act as a single point of contact with the client to assist in needs within the project.

The position is offered as a long-term freelance contract. Applicant should be able to start in May.

We kindly ask interested candidates to send us their CV quoting reference BBBH688.

KEYWORDS: Java/JEE, JavaScript, jQuery, Spring, Tomcat, XML, Maven, Hibernate, HTML, CSS, J2EE, Oracle, Rest W, Spring Data, JSON, SVN, Brussels, EU jobs, EU institutions, freelance
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