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Job Overview

  • Job ID:

    J36993

  • Specialized Area:

    Java

  • Job Title:

    Java Developer

  • Location:

    tysons corner,VA

  • Duration:

    10 Months

  • Domain Exposure:

    Healthcare, Insurance, IT/Software

  • Work Authorization:

    US Citizen, Green Card, OPT-EAD, CPT, H-1B,
    H4-EAD, L2-EAD, GC-EAD

  • Client:

    To Be Discussed Later

  • Employment Type:

    W-2 (Consultant must be on our company payroll. C2C is not allowed)

  • Bench Recruiter:

    MEGAN HART




Job Description

Responsibilities:

  • Analyze user needs and develop software solutions
  • Work with project manager or product owner to meet specification needs
  • Recommend software upgrades to optimize operational efficiency
  • Collaborate with other developers to design and optimize code
  • Create flowcharts and user guides for new and existing programs
  • Document all programming tasks and procedures
  • Perform routine software maintenance

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