This week's book giveaway is in the OCAJP forum. We're giving away four copies of OCA Java SE 8 Programmer I Study Guide 1Z0-808 and have Jeanne Boyarsky & Scott Selikoff on-line! See this thread for details.
This is the FULL-TIME opportunity with our Direct Client.
Only GC Holders and Citizens with in US / Will consider candidates from other countries
Client: It's Virtual Organization
Salary: $75k - $200k / year
They do not set specific salary ranges for any position within the organization. Instead, they base salaries on the accomplishments of candidates as well as their salary history.
Details- Seeking a developer experienced in creating and maintaining Java applications on the Apple Macintosh OS X platform to extend and maintain one of our primary internal management applications.
Expert level experience with Java (minimum 5 years experience) Must have expert level experience with Mac OS X platform Must have expert level user interface design experience on Mac OS X Well versed in the Apple Human Interface Guidelines Expert level network programming experience, including clients and servers, in Java Expert level experience with Tomcat Expert level experience with Hibernate
Always a plus:
Previous experience with SWT (The Standard Widget Toolkit) Previous experience with Swing Experience with MySQL 4.1-5.x, including associated database design patterns
Work Environment Work from anywhere
Structured 8 hour day lets you have a life outside of work High-end Mac desktops and laptops with dual 30" cinema displays Executive desk with your choice of ergonomic chair Full benefits Work with some of the brightest and best minds in the industry
Please email me resumes with the subject : MACJAVA - 0012
OK, this is confusing. "Virtual Organization" and "Work from anywhere" normally mean telecommute. But then there's the "Exective Desk and Ergonomic chair". Does this mean an Office Depot truck would appear at the successful candidate's front door, or if there a physical office involved somewhere?
Actually, I already have an executive desk and ergonomic chair, as well as an IT infrastructure more powerful than most cubicle farms afford. But, alas, too many companies think it means something that there's a posterior parked in a chair in a too-cold location of their choice.
I've offered to send in an inflatable dummy...
Customer surveys are for companies who didn't pay proper attention to begin with.
Joined: Apr 07, 2005
If you already have chair and desk that is good for you and less cost for our Client. These are the benefits offered because its Virtual Organization, I hope the meaning is simple. The office depot truck would come for deserving candidate ONLY.
We have team of 25+ talented and bright people working on the same pattern.