My client, a Fortune 100 company, is seeking two graduate-calibre Java Developers to join their New York office. Ideally, you will have some commercial experience in programming either since graduating or as in an industrial year. You should have good working knowledge of the core Java API and be able to demonstrate this during the interview. Other ideal skills: UML/Assembly Programming/Agile Software Engineering methods.
- Must have no more than 2 years of experience - Excellent written and spoken english (very important) - We will offer H1/visas if required - MUST be a graduate in Computing/IT from a University from one of the following countries: America, UK, Canada, New Zealand or Australia. We will consider some EU countries depending on the quality of the institution. - Examples of your work are welcome (include links in resume if possible)
Please do not apply if you do not meet these requirements. My client is offering a very good salary + great benefits/training as well as international travel. A great way to kick-start your career.
If you are interested and meet the criteria, please send your latest resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org. ---------------------------------------------------------------------
Hi, And whats wrong with pakistani Actually I have done a BCS from pakistan except that I have at least 3 years of professional Java experience after Graduation. and I also send u my resume.And I required H1 Visa. Kindly consider me.
I tried to mail u my resume two times but I think ur email address is wrong. If u want to talk with me kindly mail me at email@example.com
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Durrab Jami Khan
Sun Certified Java Programmer (in 2001) Sun Certified Mobile Application Developer (Beta in 2004) [ September 29, 2005: Message edited by: Durrab Jami Khan ]
- MUST be a graduate in Computing/IT from a University from one of the following countries: America, UK, Canada, New Zealand or Australia. We will consider some EU countries depending on the quality of the institution.
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what about hair color ? mine is black maybe don't pass to your requirement.
What is racism there? Probabally employer believes that: 1)They do not get quality students from other countries. 2)Difficult to verify the authenticity of work/claims these graduates have done.
Namma Suvarna Karnataka
Joined: Nov 22, 2008
Unfortunately, the CS undergraduate programmes in India and Pakistan do not meet our strict criteria with regards to their degree content/quality of institution. The degrees vary a lot in quality and it is sometimes difficult to check the authenticity of the degree before I put the candidate forward for an interview. My client does not discriminate in anyway - they will consider anybody as long as your first bachelors degree is from one a university from the countries above - regardless of whether you are Indian.
I am graduating on July 2nd from the University of Ulster Coleraine from a BSc Hons Computing degree. I have tried to email my CV but the email cannot be sent. Could you please update the email address or if you wish email me at firstname.lastname@example.org?