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Attn Java Gurus! We want you!
I currently have several openings for Java developers and architects in the Atlanta area. Some are contract, some are permanent. There are also a few positions which are 80% telecommuting. At this time, only candidates local to Atlanta are being considered.
Technolgies needed: Java, JSP, Servlets, JDBC, CORBA, EJB, Weblogic Server...at least 2 years of experience. (May consider less if a strong candidate)
Pay rates for contract are: $40-65+/hr
For salary are: $60K-90K+, with benefits
At this time, none of my clients are sponsoring H1B visas.
HOWEVER, we will work with subcontractors in a corp-to-corp situation.
For more information, please send a copy of your resume in Word or text format to the address below. Be sure to include if you are looking for contract or perm, what your rate or salary requirements are, and your availability. If working as a subcontractor, please list contact information for your corporation as well. (Resumes without this information will not be considered.)
Thank you!
Susan Mertz
Technical Recruiter
Business Technology Group
smertz@btgroup.com
 
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