US-NY-JAVA / EJB / J2EE DEVELOPER (SENIOR) / ORACLE

US-NY-JAVA / EJB / J2EE DEVELOPER (SENIOR) / ORACLE

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JOB ID:1749495

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Company Name:RMS Computer Corporation

RMS Computer Corporation

NEW YORK,NY  USA

JOB ID: JR764-CJJOB TITLE: SR. Java/EJB/J2EE developerJOB LOCATION
COUNTRY: USAJOB LOCATION STATE: New YorkJOB LOCATION AREA: midtownJOB
LOCATION CITY: New YorkJOB EMPLOYMENT: ConsultingJOB DURATION: 6+
monthsJOB SALARY: Market rateJOB DESCRIPTION:  Responsibilities and
functions include:Understanding functional specifications, and being
proactive ingaining clarification of unclear or incomplete
specifications.Performing detailed design and development of one or more
softwarecomponents of the Risk ASP system.  Documenting design and
developmentwork.  Reporting status in a meaningful, concise manner, and
workingto tight deadline pressure.  Being proactive in identifying
issues which will impact completion of work. JOB REQUIREMENTS: 5+ yrs of
OO/Java/EJB/J2EE,design  and  developmentSQL/relational database progra
mming -Oracle or Sybase, Oraclepreferred. Web development (JavaScript,
HTML, DHTML, XML, etc)Financial industry exp with Market risk exp (e.g.
VaR, stress, etc.) Exp with pricing financial instrumentsPlease send

in the subject line.df-os

5+ yrs of OO / Java / EJB / J2EE,design  and  development SQL /
relational database programming. Oracle, Sybase, Oraclepreferred. Web
development (JavaScript, HTML, DHTML, XML, etc)Financial industry exp
with Market risk exp (e.g. VaR, stress, etc.)

Other desired skills:
5+ yrs of OO / Java / EJB / J2EE,design  and  development SQL /
relational database programming. Oracle, Sybase, Oraclepreferred. Web
development (JavaScript, HTML, DHTML, XML, etc)Financial industry exp
with Market risk exp (e.g. VaR, stress, etc.)