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  • Report post to moderator is a Pre-IPO, B2B net marketplace in NYC that is revolutionizing the $1 TRILLION aluminum trading industry. As a digital exchange, matching the purchasing needs of buyers with the product offerings of suppliers, we are bringing unparalleled technology advances to a global market.
We are seeking an:
*Applications Developer who will be responsible for e-commerce initiatives.
*Designing and implementing an interactive Internet solutions using Java, XML, J2EE and other tools.
*Demonstrated results in the delivery of complex material in a web environment.
*Requires 2-4 years experience in OOP, preferably Java
*Development in both an NT and UNIX environment.
*Familiarity with Application Servers such as BEA Weblogic.
*Understanding of J2EE environment a plus, including JSP, EJB, and servlets
*Requires experience with an RDBMS, preferably Oracle 8i
These are PERMANENT positions offering base comp. of $100+++K, Full Benefits Package + Stock Options (Pre-IPO) + Great Bonus Opportunities + Generous Paid Time Off + Relo for Exceptional Candidates.
Send Resumes to - no agencies please!

[This message has been edited by Nancy Heiser (edited August 30, 2000).]
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