Discussion in 'ASP .Net' started by OMNI GROUP, Jan 18, 2006.


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    Job Title: .NET Programmer Analyst
    Location: Tallahassee, FL

    Qualified applicants will have demonstrated skills, abilities, and/or
    experience in the following areas: Excellent communication skills;
    Professional consulting experience; Full project life cycle experience using
    the following: ASP.NET, VB.NET, COM, and some Oracle; Excellent testing and
    debugging experience. H1”s with exceptional communication skills, both
    verbal and written

    will be considered. No third party.

    The candidate will be given several phone interviews, and depending upon
    location may be hired by phone. This is a well

    established consulting company and a drug test will be given as some clients
    have government work. $1,500 is given for

    relocation. This is a perm position WITH excellent benefits including
    health, vision, life, dental, short & long term disability, 401k, pre-tax
    Cafeteria Plan and competitive salaries.

    Tallahassee is a moderate cost area with a major university and an
    excellent climate. If interested and qualified for this perm

    position answer the eight questions at the bottom of the page. Email answers
    WITH a resume in word format to


    1.. ASP.NET experience --------------------------------yrs
    2.. VB.NET experience ----------------------------------yrs
    3.. COM experience --------------------------------------
    4.. ORACLE exp -------------------------------------------yrs
    5.. Testing/Debugging exp ---------------------------yrs
    6.. Citizenship Status ------------------------------------
    7.. Availability ---------------------------------------------
    8.. Salary Requirement -------------------------------K + full benefits
    OMNI GROUP, Jan 18, 2006
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