Job - Contract Analyst Programmer (JAVA/JavaScript) 161201/AP/326, Peoplebank Hong Kong Limited
Peoplebank Hong Kong Limited

Peoplebank is Asia Pacific's premier IT recruitment company with offices in Hong Kong, Singapore, Jakarta and Australia. Peoplebank specializes in both permanent and contract IT&T recruitment across all vertical marks. Peoplebank is seeking an experienced IT Consultant to join our Hong Kong team in a new and exciting location. We are now URGENTLY looking for high calibre IT professionals to meet with our rapid expansion.


Contract Analyst Programmer (JAVA/JavaScript) 161201/AP/326

Job Ref.168597

Successful candidates will be contracted to our client in public sector to perform the below duties:

Job Description:

  • To provide ongoing maintenance support for web-based application systems;
  • To participate in the development of the enhancements for the systems;
  • To assist in performing unit test and functional test;
  • To prepare and maintain documentation to support system enhancement.

Mandatory Requirements:

  • Higher Diploma holder in Information Technology, Computing subjects or equivalent;
  • Minimum 3 years post qualification IT working experience of which 1 year experience in similar capacity;
  • Hands on experience in JavaScript Programming, JAVA Programming and Java Servlet Programming are mandatory;
  • Good command of both spoken and written Cantonese and English. 

If you are interested in exploring this opportunity further please call our consultant of contracting services on 2819 2921 or email your resume to

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Job Ref No.
168597 (CT3107538-01#0022)
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