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Sr. EJB Developer/Workflow Specialist

Patrick Krook
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Joined: Apr 27, 2000
Posts: 54
Position: Sr. EJB Developer/Workflow Specialist
Location: Downtown Chicago
Travel Required: None
Relocation: YES
Salary Range: $80-110K (over $110K will be a stretch, but might be doable based on experience) + Bonuses
Company Description: This Company is a major player in the financial community. The IT group within this firm is in charge of the back office, workflow, security and databases. They are well funded and eliminate the typical bureaucracy associated with large corporations.
Details: This is a hands-on development roll creating custom API's in Java. You will also be using a workflow business logic engine to execute Business Protocol Automation. The person you will work most closely with is a "good geeky" guy who is responsible for the application architecture. They have the architecture in place - but would not mind some �Creative Discourse�, one who can constructively challenge or question the architecture.
Requirements: Strong EJB J2EE development experience. Financial experience is not the key � Extensive workflow experience is, specifically complex verification and confirmation issues.

Again, this is tremendous team that is actually experiencing positive growth. A casual environment, free lunches, awesome benefits and great bonuses are only a few reasons to work for this great company.
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