Author: Pramod - BeyondTek IT
Client is looking for ColdFusion Programmer - Overland Park, KS. This is
a fulltime permanent position. The Salary range is DOE.
* Candidates must possess a bachelor's degree and at least two
years experience developing ColdFusion applications.
CSS and HTML required; additional knowledge of Java preferred and
experience with web design a plus.
* In this position, employees work on complex, scalable
web-based applications under direction of higher-level staff.
* Candidates must have excellent analytical skills, strong
attention to detail and good organizational abilities.
* A demonstrated record of delivering projects as specified and
on schedule is required.
* We provide a culture that fosters business and professional
* We work in a modern, high technology office environment and
offer generous opportunities for continuing work-related education and
Please complete the following skills-matrix and send back with your
Total experience as a ColdFusion Programmer:
Total experience with CFML, MSSQL:
Do you have knowledge of Java?
Total experience with Web Design:
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Work Status (US Citizen / Green Card /H1B/ others):
Have you applied recently for this requirement earlier through anyone
Are you ready to relocate on your own expenses (Yes/No)?
Thanks & Regards!!!!!!!!!!!!
BeyondTek IT- "Think Human. Think Technology. Think Beyond."
Phone: 714-475-6223 Ext 108 / 714-857-2002 Ext: 801 | Fax: 714-982-5094
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