Archive for May 4th, 2005

BPO – Financial Markets – IGate – Bangalore – India

Posted on May 4, 2005. Filed under: Uncategorized |

Referred By – Santosh Panda – Ashis Mohanty – Biswal Debasis(IGate)

Dear Colleagues,

We are doing exciting outsourced research work in Financial Markets Group (FMG). This is a chance for Fresh BCom Graduates to work along with Financial Industry veterans.

We are on the look out for fresh BCom graduates with a minimum of 60% aggregate.

Request you to refer suitable profiles by Monday. Short listed candidates would be interviewed on Tuesday.



So hurry & Start Referring.

Please request your referral profile to come in through PS HRMS. Please choose Finance as the competency when you are uploading the profile.

Thanx & Regards,

HR Team

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Java/J2EE developer with 3+ yrs – London – UK

Posted on May 4, 2005. Filed under: Uncategorized |

Experienced Java/J2EE developer with 3+ yrs commercial experience.
Reporting to the Development Manager, working within a team developing,
supporting and maintaining a web based healthcare application based
Java/J2EE and Oracle
Must be willing to work to tight deadlines, which will require extra
to be worked at times.

Knowledge and Skills Required:
· 3 yrs commercial experience using Java/J2EE
· Experience with JSP, XML, Jakarta Struts required
· Experience with Javascript, custom tags and java servlets desirable
· Experience with Tomcat and Apache desirable
· Experience with Ant advantageous
· Experience with Oracle PL/SQL advantageous

This is a  Urgent role so apply now!!!

Kind regards,

Dominic Harold
Java J2EE Development Consultant

PSR Recruitment Ltd

No.1F Broadway Hse 112-134 The Broadway, Wimbledon, SW19 1RL
Tel: 0870 013 6380
Fax: 0870 013 6381
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Java, J2EE, EAI, IBM MQ/WBI Professional – Wipro – Hyderabad, India

Posted on May 4, 2005. Filed under: Uncategorized |

Referred By – Santosh Panda


Let me take this opportunity to introduce myself to you. My name is Deepak John and I represent Strategic Resourcing at Wipro Technologies, Hyderabad. I happened to chance your resume through a job site and I understand that you are looking for a change.

This mail is an invitation to explore if you would be interested for a career with Wipro Technologies, Hyderabad. We are looking for IBM MQ / WBI Professionals. If you would be interested in opportunity and are willing to relocate to Hyderabad, please do mail me your profile immediately with all contact details so that I can take this forward.

Please forward this mail to any of your colleagues working on the below mentioned technology and if they are looking out for a change. If you are not willing to relocate to Hyderabad or have been interviewed in the last six months or if you have already sent y our profiles to us please ignore this mail.

Please send in your re! sumes to on or before 4/05/2005 mentioning MQ in the subject.

If you do not have experience in Seebeyond and J2EE request you to please ignore this mail

Looking forward to hearing from you.

Thank you
Deepak John.
Strategic Resourcing
Wipro Technologies.


Should have minimum 2 years of EAI Experience in IBM MQ Suite/WBI suite of products. Should have good knowledge of MQ/WBI Architecture various components of the suite. Should have experience in providing Architecture solutions in a complex Integration environment and using load balancing techniques. Should have experience in MQ Clustering and Queue Sharing. Preference given to people certified in IBM MQ Suite/WBI. ERP (SAP, JDE, Oracle 11i etc.,) and Mainframe Integration experience preferred. Should have strong core Java and J2EE skills. Should have good experience in on-site offshore coordination. Experience in client facing roles! covering multiple Divisions in multiple geography locations of the client. He/She should be able to handle client communication, status reporting to senior client managers and client management.

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