Java-centric Pre-Sales Engineers
Java Pros needed for a hot, Web-Centric Pre-Sales opportunity.
Our client is a state of the art provider in the e-commerce marketplace,
a leader in delivering Web applications built specifically for the needs
of the growing online commerce market. Through its family of products, our
client helps companies build and manage Web environments that use personalized
content to promote customer satisfaction through a high-performance, server-side
Web application platform that offers a complete set of applications for building
and managing online storefronts, promotions, billing, and advertising. It
also integrates fully with third-party products like document management,
ERP, and transaction management systems. It is one of the most scalable
and reliable solutions in the market today. The company is growing rapidly
and pays great. Plus it is a fun, "web culture" type environment. Lots
of exposure to big name clients!
We are seeking Java Experts to demo products and provide occasional support.
You must possess the ability to present intricate architectures to senior
level technical personnel. You should have experience in architecting/developing
complex, tiered Internet applications. Server-side experience a must! RDBMS,
NT and Unix skills are also expected. Pre-sales background is a plus, but
not required if you possess the friendly, outgoing personality needed for
pre-sales. We need "Talking Techies!". Travel is approx. 40%.
Base salary is $80K - $100K with a generous bonus package. Total compensation
is not capped.
Desired locations are Atlanta, Chicago, New York, Portland, Minneapolis,
San Francisco, Seattle, DC/VA. Top candidates in other locations will also
Email your resume to Jason@mritech.com now. Reference job code # A-350.
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