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Java Developer - GIS Company

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I am a Search Consultant working with a rapidly developing high tech client in the Newport Beach, CA area who is searching for a Sr Software Designer/Developer for their Business Mapping company. This is a permanent position and a great opportunity with rapidly growing company. If you are in the job market at this time and feel you are qualfied for the position below, please forward your word document resume, along with your salary requirements and your citizenship status to and I will follow up with you.
Thank you.
Anne Frank, REDHOT.TEC, 310/937-0058
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Senior Software Designer/Developer
As a senior member of the design / development team, your role will be to review system requirements, design, develop and implement object-oriented solutions in the Windows and Internet environment. Initial work will include direct support of current systems and development activities, second-line product support and participation in product design. In addition, you will work with project management, quality assurance, customer/technical support and other internal support teams.
2-3 years of object oriented development
2-3 years of Visual Basic
2-3 years of Java and C++
Extensive experience with Windows is required, UNIX a plus
RDBMS (prefer Informix and/or Oracle)
GIS a plus
Salary to 70-85K, great benefits/working environment and career opportunity. Reply to
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