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Salary: 95-105K
Responsibilities: Will be developing (CRM) Customer Relationship Management System with Enterprise Java Beans. We need a Lead Developer/Architect to lead a project developing Java Applications. Ideal candidate will be a hands-on technical person who has knowledge of EJB and related technologies. Individual must possess in-depth technical background and hands-on understanding of distributed object technologies (multi-tier computing using Java 2, JSP/Servlet and JavaBeans.) EJB knowledge is needed. Experience with UNIX operating systems is a must. This position requires solving technical problems through innovative ideas that may develop new solutions and techniques. They must have expert knowledge in the following: UNIX, Windows/NT and 95 systems. OOAD (Object Oriented Analysis and Design) techniques (UML) and OO Programming (Java 2). Version tools (Sourcesafe) Web Technology (i.e. JSP/Servlet, Apache, Solaris)
Desired Requirements: UML, Rational Rose
Minimum Requirements: Java, EJB, JSP,
Please contact:
Tony Martinez
(626) 817-9889 ext. 660
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