Great Client Company in the St Cloud, Minnesota area (Glenwood) has 4 Java Developer openings. Company currently doing development in a fat client environment with no web development at this time. Probably a year or so out from doing web development.
This is a full time staff position so no sub-contractors or third parties please.
No H-1B candidates please.
Base Salary 60-75K and paid relocation.
*Description: The position will perform product design, systems analysis, and programming activities which may require some research and analysis; bug verification, release testing and beta support for assigned products; and will research and understand the marketing requirements for a product, including target environment, performance criteria, and competitive issues.
*Requirements: -A Bachelors Degree in Software Engineering or Computer Science is required -Minimum of 2 years experience in a Java development experience is required. -Swing experience is a plus.
* US citizens or permanent residents only.
For immediate consideration please send your resume as a Word attachment to: Email firstname.lastname@example.org ph: 1-800 -549-8502
Please use job code:JavaRanch/ St. Cloud area/Java/Dave
All Submissions are handled in confidence.
*We pay referral fees. So please contact me if you know of anyone who would be qualified/interested in the position�described above- if it is not a match for your skills. Thanks, Bill Law
Originally posted by Jignesh Patel: Glenwood? Whats wrong?
My mom grew up there, and I spent a lot of time there as a kid visiting my grandpa, so I'm very familiar with it. Nothing is "wrong" exactly. It's just not a place that I could live, and seems a surprising place for Java development.
It's a town of less than 6 square miles with nothing but farmland for miles (and miles and miles). The population of less than 2,600 is almost 99% caucasian (with a disproportionately high level of senior citizens -- 31% compared to a national average of 12%) and is gradually decreasing at nearly 2% per year. The median household income is about 25% below the national average.
Glenwood compared to Minnesota state average:
Black race population percentage significantly below state average.
Hispanic race population percentage significantly below state average.
Median age significantly above state average.
Foreign-born population percentage significantly below state average.
Institutionalized population percentage significantly above state average.
Number of college students significantly below state average.
Also, the town is heavily conservative (based on the Federal Election Commission's report of political contributions over the past few years).
Here's the real problem: Where would you get a decent cup of coffee?
Joined: Apr 17, 2006
I could reply with the most obvious answer, but I'm wonder that I didn't understand your point. By the way, I don't know if I made myself clear, but I would like to work in a place(City/State), within of mixed culture. But it's me. Thanks, Nato.
Originally posted by nato anaivs: ...I would like to work in a place(City/State), within of mixed culture. But it's me. Thanks, Nato.
Me too, and that's why I couldn't live there. I was joking about the coffee. (Well, I mean it's probably true that you can't get a decent cup of coffee there, but that's obviously not the real problem.)