Prime Team Partners are currently seeking an experienced J2EE developer for our downtown Seattle client. If your application is successful, you will be joining a large and well established company with a long track record of stability and growth. They are known for providing a great work environment and for valuing and rewarding their staff.
If you are looking for an environment that encourages creativity and rewards initiative, then this is an opportunity that can�t be missed. This position is a direct hire engagement offering a competitive salary with excellent benefits.
Another exciting benefit is our client�s standard 37.5 work week, which means any additional time worked will be compensated with over time! You are also eligible for up to a 6% bonus based on; your performance, your department�s performance and the company�s performance.
With your 3+ years of Java / J2EE programming experience and exposure to Oracle Financials GL and MySQL, you will be joining a team of two other programmers to work on providing customized solutions for different client groups within the company. As part of your tasking you will evaluate system specifications and requirements, prepare design presentations, influence direction and implement the most efficient and cost-effective software/package solutions.
In addition to your Java / J2EE comrades you will also be working alongside PHP developers and Lotus Notes developers reporting directly to the Director of Corporate Application Development.
Working within the Technology Group you will work in downtown Seattle supporting client groups around the US and offshore.
�3+ years Java / J2EE development experience �JBoss Enterprise Application Platform �Solid exposure to MySQL �Familiarity with Oracle Financials GL �Familiarity/experience working in an Agile Development environment �Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written �Custom Development Experience
How to Apply:
Please reply with a word doc of your resume to email@example.com, with your salary expectations and availability for interview and start
[ August 26, 2008: Message edited by: Mark Bartlett ] [ August 26, 2008: Message edited by: Mark Bartlett ]