[Catalyst] job opening

David K Storrs dstorrs at dstorrs.com
Thu Dec 15 16:56:35 CET 2005

I just got the following in email.  I vaguely recall the guy who sent  
it to me--he's a headhunter.  If you apply for the job, could you  
tell him David Storrs sent you?  I wouldn't mind the referral fee.   
Key points:

	- must be onsite in Stamford, Ct, USA;
	- web app work;
	- long-term consulting;
	- possibility to go permanent in 2006;
	- Java+Perl (mostly Java);



IT Professional,

I wanted to contact you about a Senior Web Applications Developer  
position that we are working on.  If you are interested in the  
position below, please email me with a Word version of your resume.   
If you are not a good fit for this position, but know of someone who  
may be, we are offering a referral fee should your referral complete  
this assignment.

Our client is a large cable television network located in Stamford,  
CT.  They are looking for a senior web applications developer to work  
on various consumer-facing web sites for their various entities.  A  
suitable candidate must have at least five year’s experience  
developing web applications in a Java, JSP environment and at least  
two years experience developing web applications for high traffic  
volume, consumer-oriented web sites.

This is a long term consulting assignment with the possibility of  
going permanent.

Beyond Java development experience, a good candidate must have  
extensive experience with HTML, XML, perl, SQL and Oracle, as well as  
a strong understanding of how the web works.    They use Interwoven’s  
Teamsite content management system for managing web content and the  
Autonomy search engine for search so experience with development  
using these applications is desirable. Flash actionscripting skills  
are also desirable.  Their development and production environments  
are primarily based on Sun Solaris and so a UNIX background is required.

Excellent communication skills are also essential as the position  
requires a team player who is willing and able to work with and  
support business users and who can understand and help develop user  
requirements, identify solutions, and articulate them to business  
users and other developers.

The position is a long-term consulting position with a potential for  
conversion to a staff position in 2006. The position will be  
responsible to the Manager of Interactive Systems Development and is  
on-site based in Stamford, Connecticut.

If interested in the above position, please forward resume in a word  
document.  If you do not qualify for this position but would like to  
be considered for other positions, please apply at www.staffitinfo.com

Thank you for your time.

Joel Shapiro

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