On-Site Software Engineer needed ASAP (NJ) -- Java, Java Beans, UNIX
The F&H Solutions Group of Ford & Harrison LLP is a national consulting firm of experienced professionals providing creative human resources and management services solutions in an ever-changing business world. We are currently seeking qualified candidates on behalf of one of our clients, a large financial institution, for an on-site software engineering position. The ideal candidate has a minimum of three years of experience and fundamental knowledge of software engineering utilizing web-based or Object Oriented technologies including .NET (includes individuals performing high-level application support).
DURATION: Three months
LOCATION: Hopewell, NJ (Mercer County)
START DATE: ASAP/Immediately
* Problem determination and resolution.
* Coding and debugging of applications/systems and testing any changes.
* Installing and updating newly-developed software to assigned systems.
* Providing 24x7 on-site technical support as needed.
* Must currently be authorized to work for any employer within the US.
* 3+ years experience with Java (intermediate level) required; experience with Java Beans highly desirable.
* 3+ years experience with UNIX (advanced level) required; experience with UNIX shell scripting highly desirable.
* 2+ years experience with Oracle/Oracle CDE.
* Experience with FTP protocol.
* Due to the immediacy of the need and the fact that this position is on-site, local applicants will be given precedence.
To apply online, please visit http://net-apply.com/11384
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