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In this position, you will be a key contributor to our development team. You will contribute to the design direction of product development and will provide leadership to a team of developers. You will also contribute to business development activities, both in the pursuit of new projects and in the exploration of research topics.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

* Must have experience with and be able to demonstrate an understanding of OO or SOA design concepts for real-time applications in large scale data capture, storage, and processing systems.
* Programming with Java, Servlets / JSPs, and RDBMS / JDBC / SQL must have 3+ years experience.
* General knowledge, at least one year of experience in Apache Struts 1, Apache Tiles, Apache Ant, Subversions, and HTML / Javascript.
* 2 + years experience with XML and Testing is required.
* Must be adept at switching between various technologies and balancing multiple tasks.
* Must have excellent oral and written presentation skills.
* Sybase EAServer 5.5, Sybase ASE 12.5, PKI Knowledge, Database Protection Level 3 Knowledge, COMINT and ExtJS knowledge desired.

To get more informations and apply:
http://www.softdevjobs.com/job/00c221625a5bfe5e648d5e80ab70b959/?d=1
 
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