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Sr. Java Developer, Toronto, Iris Software Inc.

Published 2022-06-29
Expires 2022-07-29
ID #1065255292
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Sr. Java Developer, Toronto, Iris Software Inc.
Canada, Ontario, Toronto,
Published June 29, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Sr. java developer


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Iris's client, one of the Banking client is looking to hire Sr Java Developer for a long term contract opportunity at Toronto Ontario (Remote to start)

Position: Java Developer

Location: Toronto, ON

Duration: Long term

Required Skill

· Spring boot

· RESTFUL

· Java Script

· PL/SQL

· Java

· Developer needs to be delivery focused and have great communication skills with Tech skills in Java, JavaScript, SQL, REST, Spring,

· Previous Financial experience and BI tool knowledge experience is a huge plus.

· Developer needs to be delivery focused and have great communication skills with Tech skills in Java, JavaScript, SQL, REST, Spring,

· Previous Financial experience and BI tool knowledge experience is a huge plus.

Thanks and Regards,

Raghav Ranjan

Iris Software

200 Metroplex Drive, Suite #300

Edison, NJ 08817

Mobile: 973 828 8411

Iris Software, Inc. is a New Jersey based company providing information technology solutions to clients nationwide. Iris has been growing at over 100% annually. In a program sponsored by Price Waterhouse, PNC Bank and Marsh, Iris has been honored for beingOne of New Jersey's Finest 25 companies for the year 2001 and 2002.Iris is also ranked 75th among Inc 500 s list of privately held companies for year 2001.NJ Technology FAST 50 Company for year 2002.In a competitive indust109710/18ry, we distinguish ourselves by reliability, technical expertise and a history of successfully completed projects for clients ranging from mid-sized to Fortune 1000 companies

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    Registered on October 7, 2017

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