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Friday, August 20, 2010

Zansar requires Core Java, J2ee / Oracle Developers - Pune - 16 Opening(s)



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Zansar requires Core Java, J2ee / Oracle Developers - Pune : 16 Opening(s)

Job Description:

Interested candidates only send across profiles to: yogesh.shah@zensar.com with the below details:

  1. Current Company:
  2. Willing To relocate:
  3. Passport Number:
  4. Current CTC:
  5. Expected CTC:
  6. Notice Period:
  7. Date of Birth:

Experience: 3-5 years

MANDATORY:
  1. All aspects of J2EE.
  2. Strong in Core Java/Oracle
  3. Strong in debugging skills for PL/SQL
  4. Working knowledge of Unix
  5. Excellent analytical & communication skills.

DESIRABLE:
  1. Design and Modeling skills
  2. Technical documentation skills
  3. Proactive approach to take initiatives to problem solving.
  4. Client facing role in an on-site role.
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