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Senior Business Development Java Trainers Needed in San Francisco

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Our Client requires superior Java Developers with hands on Server-side Java and C++ experience who want to train technical and sales staff in a proprietary Java-based software.
This position pays a base of $100K+ for highly experienced engineers with a minimum of 2 years server-side java, comes with full benefits (medical, dental, life insurance etc.), a quarterly bonus, plus three weeks annual vacation to start.
Utilize your superior programming skills by training highly skilled and knowlegeable professionals in this propietary software.
This position requires extensive travel (50%), and is based in the San Francisco Bay area.
This client requires technical people who want to train other professionals; they are not looking for trainers with some technical skills. The successful candidates must be superior technically to impart the skills required.
If you are looking for a change in your career, that lets you express your creativity and knowledge in an open forum this is for you. Good pay, great company, exceptional benefits, superior growth possibilities and continued learning describe this position.
Please reply to: emily@jtemgt.com with a copy of your resume in confidence in Word format.
Emily Kyne, Account Manager
JTe-management Inc.
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