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Software Development Engineer II

Company Name:
iSoftStone
iSoftStone is seeking a talented Java Developer to join our team
Required skills and experience:
6 Years of form development on java based websites
4 years of experience with jquery and javascript
4 years of experience working with Web Content Authoring software, experience with Crafter/RivetLogic preferred
4 years of experience working with websites heavily utilizing a content management system
4 years of Freemarker template development
Please note, relocation expenses are not available for this position
About iSoftStone:
iSoftStone is an award-winning global consulting and IT outsourcing firm. With over 15,000 employees globally and growing, iSoftStone has uniquely integrated consulting services, technology services and business process outsourcing for true end-to-end solutions. Our delivery model combines onshore innovation and expertise with offshore programming and development to deliver the highest value to our clients.
iSoftStone prides itself on our ability to partner with clients to deeply understand their industry dynamics and business challenges, in order to find solutions. Internally, we understand that our success is driven by our great team and work environment. We have even received awards for being one of the best places to work by the Puget Sound Business Journal. We're creative, energetic, and motivated by our clients' successes. If you share our passion for delivering innovative technology solutions and want to work for a great company, get in touch. We're always looking for the next big talent.
iSoftStone offers a salary commensurate with experience, an enjoyable and fun work environment, plus an extensive benefits package.


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