Job - Programmer - Global Sourcing Department (JAVA, project leading experience is a must), Job Gallery Consultancy Limited
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Job Gallery Consultancy Limited

Our client, a First Class Sourcing Group, is looking for a talent to join them.

Programmer - Global Sourcing Department (JAVA, project leading experience is a must)

Job Ref.CT3103271-01#0067

Responsibilities

  • Develop and implement information systems in support of core organizational functions, such as global sourcing, merchandising and shipping process.
  • Maintain and develop data interfaces among internal and external systems.
  • Necessary to involve in collecting user requirements, system analysis and design, system development, implementation and testing covering the entire System Development Life Cycle.
  • On-going application projects support and maintenance.

Requirement, Skills & Experience

  • Bachelor's Degree or above in IT or related disciplines.
  • 5-7 years of application development experience.
  • Knowledgeable and experienced in systems analysis and design.
  • Proficiency in Java, JavaScript, HTML5, CSS3, JSP, JSON, PHP, Servlets, STRUTS, AJAX, JDO, Pentaho Business Analytics, Postgres SQL on Linux and MS SQL Server.
  • Positive attitude, fast-learning, energetic, able to work with minimal supervision.
  • Good interpersonal skill and team oriented.
  • Effective verbal and written communication in English and Chinese. Spoken Mandarin is an advantage.

Please email resume in word format to:: profile@job-gcl.com

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