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Entry level java developer

Posted on: January 13, 2016 - 12:32 PM
Department: Education

imcs group

5005 W. Royal Lane


Employment Date:


Job Summary:

Are you a recent graduate that is ready to start your new adventure? Are you ready to get your hands dirty and dive into hands on developing?! IMCSgroup: is currently seeking an Entry Level Java Developer for an awesome opportunity. Skills Required: • Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or a related field, or equivalent work experience • 0-1 years’ experience with Core JAVA, experience with JDBC and SQL, JavaScript, jQuery, and AJAX required (school and internship / co-op experience will be considered) • Familiarity with JUnit, unit testing and continuous integration best practices • Solid understanding of OOP and design patterns • Solid understanding of the full software development lifecycle (SDLC) Job Duties: • Defines site objectives by analyzing user requirements. • Designs and develops user interfaces to internet/intranet applications by setting expectations and features priorities throughout development life cycle; completing programming using languages and software products; designing and conducting tests. • Integrates applications by designing database architecture and server scripting; studying and establishing connectivity with network systems, search engines, and information servers. • Creates multimedia applications by using authoring tools. • Completes applications development by contributing to team meetings; troubleshooting development and production problems. • Supports users by developing documentation and assistance tools. Salary: $60,000.00 /year

Job Qualifications:

All Majors who have basic knowledge on Software field

Application Deadline:


Application Procedure:

forward resumes to charan.teja@imcsgroup.net

The above is a general description of duties performed by employees holding this job title and does not represent a complete list of duties that may be assigned to an employee.