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08-25-2004 @ 3:31 PM
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Dear Friends,

We are in the process of identifying suitable candidates for the below described position. If you are best fit for the below position, please respond ASAP by emailing your updated resume as a word document to rajesh@itcsolutions.com, along with rate, available date and contact details.

Job Details:

Location: Atlanta, GA
Duration: 10+ months

Job Description:
Client is seeking two Java and ColdFusion developers to assist in the development of a Permitting Portal.
Job Responsibilities:
• Design, develop, and implement requirements
• Use standardized coding and source code commenting
• Improve flow, layout, and organization of user interface.
• Debug and troubleshoot application
• Perform unit, system, and regression testing
• Use Visual Source Safe as source code repository.
• Attend project team meetings and report progress.

Required Skills: The CONSULTANT must have at least 4 years of professional development experience with:
• Java, J2EE, JSP
• ColdFusion MX
• MS SQL Server

Minimum Years of experience needed for required skills: 4+
Preferred Skills: • Web portal development experience.  

What role will the consultant have: Assist in the design, coding, implementation and operation of an enterprise-wide portal.

What phase of the project will the consultant be involved in: Design, Coding, Testing, and Implementation.

Team Size: 6-10

Pls send resumes  ASAP, for an immediate interview.


Rajesh G.
Sr.Technical Recruiter
IT Solutions Inc.
Email: rajesh@itcsolutions.com

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