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Would you be interested in a Java development opportunity in New Jersey? If you have J2EE/Forte/RMI/XML experience, then you are of particular interest to me.
This is a contract opportunity (4+ months, but will more than likely extend) in New Jersey on the New York border. My client is looking for a Sr. Java Architect to work on the largest J2EE deployment to date. The project starts immediately, but they will wait a week or so for the right person to start if need be. If interested, please forward your resume in Word format, a daytime contact number, hourly rate, and let me know if you�re W-2, corp-to-corp, or 1099.
Please, no H-1 or 3rd party candidates. TN candidates okay.
Rate: $100 - $150 /hr DOE.
Erica Scott
Sr. Technical Recruiter
(800) 660-9544 x124
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