Our client has a need for a Java/J2EE Developer with the experience listed below. The position is a a contract-to-hire opportunity and our client is very eager to get people placed as soon as possible. Please review the requirement and if you are interested please send me the most recent copy of your resume.
I look forward to hearing from you!
Derek Bickle Recruiter _______________________________________________________________________________ Contech Systems, Inc. firstname.lastname@example.org
Title:IT - Internet Developer/Programmer - Intermediate City:Fort Washington State:PA Temp to Perm?YES - Right to Hire Estimated time until conversion3 Months Overall experience (years)4-6 years Position description RTH Candidates is a MUST.
Our client is currently looking for an experienced J2EE Developer to join our team. As a J2EE Developer, you will be a key participant in the design and development of various enhancements and strategic projects. Our solution is deployed in a Unix environment using WebSphere Application Server v5.1, MQSeries, and an Oracle 10g database. Team of 20.
Senior Level Developer
Requirements: o 2-3 years of J2EE Design and Development Experience o 3-5 years of Java Development Experience, including creation of including creation of Java Server Pages (JSPs), Servlets, and Enterprise Java Beans (EJBs). o Experience writing SQL and using JDBC to connect to relational databases. o Very Strong object-oriented design and development experience, specifically in the area of J2EE design patterns such as Model View Controller, Command pattern, Session Facade, Data Access Object pattern, etc. o Experience over the full software development lifecycle. o Experience estimating the duration of design and development tasks. o Very Strong written and oral communication skills. o BS in Computer Science or related field.
Request ReasonNew Hire and Replacement Target start dateASAP Number of openings1 Pay Rate Range$42 � 52/hour Estimated duration3 month Estimated work hours40 hours/week [ July 28, 2008: Message edited by: Derek Bickle ]