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We are in need of a Java J2EE Developer to join our clients web development team. This position will be a 3 month contract right-to-hire position. Candidates must be interested in a full-time position, consultants need not apply.

Start Date: On or before January 18, 2010.


*** Local (Orlando) area candidates will only be considered for this position. ***


Our client has been in business for 15 years and is a leader in their industry. You will be responsible for the development between the UI and WebSphere middle tier. You will provide support and maintenance to existing web sites.

We need candidates with fairly strong Java J2EE programming skills, Servlets, Struts, Web Services, and experience developing in a WebSphere Application Server (WAS) environment. You MUST be comfortable in a "heads-down" coding role!
Experience with RAD 7.5, JSON, REST, HTML, Web 2.0, or DOJO is preferred.

MUST be a U.S. Citizen or Green Card holder.

The salary range for this position will be between $75k and $85k based on experience. There will be no difference in pay between the contract pay rate and the roll over salary.

No 3rd party candidates or recruiting firms please!

To apply please send a Word copy of your resume to: tbyrne@ritatech.com
 
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