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Company: Populus Group, LLC
Location: Chicago,Illinois
Category: Information Technology Jobs
Rate: Based on Experience per Year
Job Type: Contract
Posting ID: 738853
Posting Date: 11/29/2005

Information Technology Description:
We are looking for a strong Developer to do heavy Java Application Development in a Banking/Financial environment.

The ideal candidate will have 3 - 5 years of strong Server Side Java experience with either EJB's or Spring and Hibernate experience. All candidates must be very strong with JSP's, Struts, Servlets, ClearCase, Oracle and Websphere.

Applicants lacking the required skills will not be contacted for this opening.

Required Skills:

About Populus Group, LLC:
Great companies succeed because of their employees. Populus Group offers a wide spectrum of job opportunities for both active and passive job seekers. Our consultative approach enables job seekers to access opportunities that will maximize their professional potential. We also offer comprehensive benefits and objective employment expertise for staff augmentation. EOE

Contact Information:
Populus Group, LLC
24800 Denso Drive Suite 350
Southfield, MI- 48034

(248) 350-8145
[ December 14, 2005: Message edited by: Gregg Bolinger ]
Don't get me started about those stupid light bulbs.
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