From: Sravanti V on
Hi ,
Very Good Day,

Currently one of my client, CMM Level 5 company is looking for Java
with Chordiant 2 -5 Years of experience.

Title: Java Developer with Chordiant
Location: Hyderabad, India
Qualifications : B.E/BTech/MTech/ MCA
Experience : 2-5yrs relevant
Preference will be given to the candidates who are willing to join

Job Description:

Technical Skills required: Expertise in Chordiant is compulsory

Secondary skills : Data Management, Campaign Management and Computer
Telephonic interface(preferenc e will be given)

Java Developer with Chordiant Skill set:

1. Chordiant Foundation Server Development.

2. Contact Center Advisor, CTI, CAFÉ Server.

3. Data Management, Campaign Management and Computer Telephonic

4. Java/J2EE (Servlet, Java Script, JSP, HTML, XML, EJB, JMS, AJAX)

5. Packaging & build tools like ANT, Cruse control and\or Maven.

6. Web sphere, Tomcat or Web logic.

7. RAD +7, My Eclipse.

8. Version Control Systems (PVS, Harvest, CVS).


10. Oracle or RDBMS as MSSQL/DB2.

11. UNIX Operating Systems and Shell Scripting.

12. Emerging Technologies as TDD, Spring Framework, Hibernate
Framework, Components Web Based Framework (JSF, Tapestry)

13. Java, J2EE Design Patterns like MVC, Composite, Proxy.

14. SOA (Web Services, SOAP, ESB).

Roles and Responsibilities:

Analysis of Service Requests
Preparation of Technical and Design documents
Preparation of Test Plans
Coding by strictly following the guidelines
Unit Testing of CRs/Issues/ITSRs
Testing of modules in Development / UT regions
Preparation of Project Documents
Communication with customers on assigned work
Participate in Internal and External Audits
Follow defined Processes and Procedures

Interested Candidates please forward your updated resume with below
mentioned details ASAP.

Current Location:
Ready to relocate Hyderabad Y/N:
Notice Period:
Current CTC:
Expecting CTC:
Total IT Experience:
Relevant experience in Java/J2EE Technologies:
Relevant experience in Chordiant Development :

Thanks & Regards,
From: Evan Plaice on
You do realize that this is a python and not Java usenet group right?

You'd be better off checking out comp.lang.python