Our client located in the Buckhead (perimeter-Area) area of Atlanta is seeking several JAVA developers to more on their site developing a wireless interface for the wireless telecom industry .Most of your work will be conducted in a team setting on a stand alone Pc.You will NOT be given exacting development specifications so developing � as you go� , working from verbal specs and ideas from clients and a project Manager will be the norm. This is a very exciting opportunity that will get you in on the ground floor in a company that has experienced big growth and will experience extensive growth with the two large contracts they have just signed with their clients. Java, WAP, NT,Win 95, Oracle, SQL experience is necessary along with excellent communication skills and the ability to deal and communicate directly with clients. You will and have been be able to convert verbal spec to written technical specifications. If you are interested in this outstanding opportunity please reply with your resume and salary/Hourly salary expectations. ( There are Contract and permanent positions available) There are junior, intermediate and senior team leader positions available.
The candidate should have a BS/BA in Computer Science. Two years of in-depth industry experience developing and delivering technical solutions using Java and OO technologies. The candidate should have knowledge of a structured OO methodology and/or UML. The specific tools and technologies which will be prevalent include: Java, Java Servlets, RDBMSs, HTML, XML. Experience with wireless technologies such as WAP a definite plus. The candidate should have excellent communication skills and the ability to work effectively in a collaborative team effort. The ability to develop 100% bug free, robust, structured and commented Java code, from a designed specification, is paramount. Salary range US$45,000 to $75,000K Call Neil Tollfree ( 877) 688-8818 X 222 firstname.lastname@example.org
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