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Senior Developers - 360Commerce Austin, TX

 
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We have several positions for senior and mid-level java developers where I work. I've pasted the description, salary, etc. below. I am not on the recruiting side but willing to put your name in if you'll e-mail me your resume or URL link. We act fast so apply if you're ready to move to Texas. Sorry at this time we aren't able to sponsor anyone else on a visa.
Charlie ".com" Jackson
cjackson@360commerce.
Senior Software Developer:
Role:
Responsible for the design and development of state-of-the-art integrated commerce applications.
Location: Austin, TX
Expertise: Computer Science, Programmer, O-O Software Business Development, hands-on application development (Java, C++)
Education: Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science or related field
Requirements:
Hands-on application development experience in a team setting. Must have 1+ years of object-oriented software development with a high concentration of C/C++ work experience and at least 6 months of Java development. Qualified candidate will possess strong analysis, design and programming skills, and have experience in Swing, HTML, JDK, XML, ODBC/JDBC, and UML. Requires BS in Computer Science or equivalent work experience. Effective written and verbal communication skills required in this position.
Responsibilities:
Hands-on software development. Participate in unit and system design.
Salary:
DOE ranges from $60-100K, full benefits, options, etc.
360Commerce http://www.360commerce.com is a java software applications company that serves top-tier retailers like Home Depot, Sears, The Gap, Meijers, Burlington Coat Factory, etc. We build enterprise software at every touch point (wireless, kiosk, web, store, etc.)
 
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