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Amy Stewart
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Salary range: 85k - 110k/base/year
Locations: San Jose & Foster City, CA and Santa Fe, NM
This Fortune 500 biotech/instrumentation company which
recently assisted in the breakthrough mapping of the
human genome system is looking for a handful of
top-notch software engineers to add to their growing
development teams in Foster City, San Jose and Santa
Fe, New Mexico. There are multiple openings at many
different levels for all 3 facilities. Not only do
they offer competitive salaries but they also offer
stock options, full benefits and flex schedules for
the right candidates. Following is a
general description and if you have had at least 2 +
years' industrial experience in commercial software
development in the United States using these tools -
Experience/Education: BS/MS CS or equivalent. Three or
more years total application development experience
using Java and C++ in NT (emphasis) and Unix
environments. Experience with any of the following
would be a definite plus: distributed computing/EJB,
biotech applications, shrink-wrap product development,
application security, relational database
applications, Oracle, XML.
Skills: Fully proficient with Java. Must have
demonstrated ability to succeed in a large program,
team-oriented, product development environment;
familiar with code sharing and source control tools.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Responsibilities: Design, implement, document, and
maintain software products for genetic analysis/drug
discovery. Participate in a development team
responsible for building a new generation information
management system for biotech/pharmaceutical
laboratories. Focus on design/development of
distributed computing infrastructure. Software to be
developed in Java on NT and Unix.
Please contact Amy Stewart at

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