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Java Developer position in Irving, Texas

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MUST BE A US CITIZEN as consultant will work on government applications must be able to work in Irving, TX location. CANDIDATE SHOULD HAVE DEEP EXPERIENCE, BE A SELF STARTER AND QUICK LEARNER. Duties will include Production support and/or development for the FTS government applications to include: understand user requirements, analysis, design, code, test and implement application solutions.
JAVA Servlets
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Complete development life cycle assignments for systems supporting government applications, to include analysis, coding, testing, and production support. Systems are on a distributed platform based on UNIX Solaris with Oracle.

Term: 6 months assignment, beginning early July
Pay rate = $50.00 - $56.00/hr W-2

If you are interested in being considered for this position, please forward all qualified resumes to douglas.charick@princetoninformation.com


Doug Charick
Princeton Information Ltd.
(972)774-1800 ext. 223
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I have one consultant in Irving,Tx. but he is not a US citizen. infact he is a senior java/j2ee developer with a famous parcel service company.
would he move, and BTW whats the rate??
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