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Monday, April 25, 2011

HCL Walk-in for Java/J2EE on 30th April 2011

This job is posted by TUSHAR and available at itjobsdelhi[dot]blogspot[dot]com
HCL TECHNOLOGIES is hiring Java,J2ee Professionals for BFSI domain based projects.

  • Extensive experience in Enterprise Application Development (J2EE)
  • Experience in managing, leading and guiding a team technically
  • Knowledge in BFSI Domain is preferred
  • Excellent analytical and problem solving approach
  • Strong customer interaction skills / Client facing skills
  • Very good communication skills (Written & Oral)
Experience : 4 to 12 Years.


Work Location: Chennai.

Interview Date : 30th April (Saturday).

Interview Time : 10.00 AM to 2.00 PM (Saturday)

Venue Details :
HCL Technologies, Arihant Technopolis, 4/293, Old Mahabalipuram Road, Kandanchavadi, Chennai - 600 096.

To apply ONLINE please click Here

Candidates who have already appeared for discussions in the last 6 months are requested not to attend this walkin.

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