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Java Developers for Public Safety Project , Central New Jersey, March 5, 2012

Bill Metro
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iXP Corporation has immediate openings for a full or part-time Java Developer at iXP's HQ located in Cranbury NJ. Experience in building Public Safty and Security applications applications is preferred, but not required.


Skills Requirement

Core Java.
Java SWING.
JPA with Hibernate
ORACLE.
J2EE container (weblogic or glassfish or jboss etc)

Full Time Benefits:

Competitive wages.
Medical/Dental insurance
401(k) with employer match program.
Paid Time Off.
And many more!

About our company

iXP is the company that public safety and security organizations rely on to solve their mission critical emergency response problems. As a trusted and experienced company, iXP offers a proven methodology and tailored solutions for its clients-- which range from police, fire and EMS departments in large and small municipalities to leading academic institutions and energy companies. www.ixpcorp.com


William "Bill" Metro
CEO - iXP Corporation
 
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