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Java Developer Wanted By Suma

Submitted by on August 9, 2013 – 1:05 pmNo Comment

We are recruiting a Java Developer to assist in the development of our Open Source Business Software – Apache OFBiz and associated technologies.

Location: West Yorkshire (HX5)
Job Type: Fixed-term 5-month Contract
Full time: 40 Hours per week
Equal pay salary: £28,700 per annum, pro rata, plus benefits
Closing date for applications: 5.00pm 31st August 2013

Working in an agile project management environment, within a small established development team, you will assist in the developing and testing of our Open Source software.

You will be involved in architecture design discussions and designing test plans, working to agreed deadlines with regular appraisals.

You will be competent in working with the following technology; Java, jquery and html.

It would be desirable if you have knowledge of OFBiz, SQL, Apache Tomcat, Groovy, JSON, Eclipse, Svn and Mylyn.

For further information and an application form email:

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