0 Replies Latest reply on Jan 26, 2010 9:40 AM by DaveFreireich

    Killer Java/Flex architect jdob, NYC, global media powerhouse

    DaveFreireich

      Java/Flex architect role in NYC. Develop a new major global portal in the entertainment industry. Perm, 100-200k+ Relocation provided.

      This is a new opening with a global, stable, highly profitable media company. The company succeeds due to an intense focus and the ability to deliver relevant data faster and more completely than any competitor.

       

      The position is an opportunity to help lead a new division of the company that is targeting a new industry as customers. As such this is a highly visible and crucial position within the company. It's not another ecommerce or social media site, the focus of this team is delivering real time data so the software performance is paramount. Anything that can be done to increase performance will be done. Engineers tend to love this company because it is run by engineers with low bureaucracy and having the best software on the planet is the goal.

       

      The requirements are that you are at a senior level or architect role with a major portal in Java/Flex. You must be technically deep in both. You must have architected a highly recognizable and high traffic site to be considered. You're not seeing a long list of technical acronyms here because that's not what is important. Who you are as a developer and what you have and will achieve is what's important.

       

      My company, Core Search Group, www.coresearchinc.com, is a specialist in helping the top software talent land the plum jobs from the best software organizations in the US. Our goal is to grow your career while helping our client get killer projects done. I work direct with the manager of this team and will get you direct information. I understand you will want confidentiality and real information and fast action, and you will get all that.

       

      The next step is to message me and let's set up a call to discuss. davef@coresearchinc.com

       

      Thanks,

       

      DAVE