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ColdFusion/Flex Job in Landover, MD

Contact Suzanne McIntosh ( for more details.

Responsibilities: The candidate will be part of a TEAM that is responsible for development, delivery and maintenance of applications and websites based on ColdFusion and Oracle database back-end. He/she will participate in software and hardware migrations and may administer Web Server and Web Application Service software. The successful candidate will work closely with various clients to fine tune requirements in developing ColdFusion web applications. The individual must have an excellent knowledge with hands-on experience performing analysis and design, as well as implementation and follow-up maintenance of website applications. He/she needs to be aware of Government 508 Compliancy requirements and have an experience with ColdFusion coding and tags. He/she must demonstrate effectiveness as a team player and possess strong attention to details. The candidate will be required to work closely with clients and staff to solve technical problems and ensure the technical feasibility of all business requirements.

Qualifications: Working knowledge of Microsoft Windows platform and IIS Web Server, ColdFusion MX, HTML, Java Script, VB Scripts and experience with Internet services including HTTP, HTTPS, FTP, SFTP and SMTP. Other required skills include experience with PL/SQL, Oracle 8i - 10g and Microsoft SQL server environments. Demonstrated ability to work independently and as a team-member with all levels of the staff. Must be a quick learner and have excellent interpersonal skills. Proficient experience in all phases of Software Development Life Cycle is required Strong oral and written communication skills. Education/Experience: BA or BS degree in Computer Science or a related field with a minimum of 3 years ColdFusion and SQL experience.

Must have Adobe Flex.


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