Web Developer -Direct Client

Web Developer
 -Direct Client 
Immediate Interview and Start ASAP!!!

Please send the resumes at Albert@cncconsulting.com 

Job Title: Web Developer
Location: NYC
Duration: 6+ Months
Need 1 reference
Phone + F2F
Rate: $45-55/hr
State-Gov experience preferred

Financial Information Services Agency (FISA) has a vacancy for a Web Developer who will provide support of production and development environments for our city wide automated time keeping system (CITYTIME). Primary Responsibilities include Perform activities related to technical design, coding and unit testing of enhancements and defect corrections for the City's time keeping system CityTime. Work will require strong client-side programming skills, and will be responsible for building out oufront-end UI. We are looking for a highly motivated individual.



Required Skills:


 Strong knowledge of Javascript.

Basic knowledge in using SQL in Oracle.

Have strong written , verbal, and interpersonal skills.

Excellent communication  skills.


Preferred Skills:


 5+ years of experience working with UI development framework - JavaScript, Java, Ext JS, JSON, XMLXSLXSLT, AJAX, HTML, CSS, jQuery .

3+ years of experience with Junit, Jsunit or Selenium testing framework.

Strong knowledge of Java Skills.

Basic knowledge of J2EE and EJBs.

Resolve complex performance issues for AJAX Applications.

2 or more years working with at least one of the following application servers: JBoss, Tomcat , preferred   I BM We bsphere.

Very Truly,

Albert Smith
CNC Consulting, Inc
The enterprise resource for staff augmentation
201-588-9137 P
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