JavaScript Software Engineer

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Greetings From Multivision!!!!

This is Pavan from Multivision, we are trying to connecting with you to check your interest & availability for an employment opportunity for a Java JavaScript Engineer @ Alexandria VA.

Can you please revert back to me with your availability, convenient time for discussion, updated resume and expected pay range.

Skills:recent and strong Dojo experience dojo, HTML, CSS3, JavaScript, JQuery
Science degree or equivalent work experience.
3-4 years Web application development experience producing commercial-grade applications, specifically in object-oriented JavaScript.
Strong software design and development skills.
Experience with JavaScript frameworks such as Dojo, EXT and YUI.
Must be able to constructively contribute to a team environment.
ability to obtain security clearance required.
Desirable Skills
Relational database experience with focus on data modeling.
Experience with JSLint or similar code appearance and visual optimization tools.
Ability to perform Unit Testing against developed code (JsUnit).
Understanding of browser compatibility issues, example- Internet Explorer 9 and Google Chrome.
HTML5 / CSS3, AJAX / JSON development experience.
Experience with short and long term release cycles (Scrum/sprints) and Agile software development.
Experience with desktop application development (e.g. WPF)

Thanks & Regards
Pavan Kumar

10565 Fairfax Blvd, Suite 301 Fairfax, VA 22030
(O) 703 372 0344 (F) 202 478 0885
(E) www.multivision.cc

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Multivision Inc., is a global Professional IT
firm having over 500 employees, posting an astounding growth rate of 200% over the past three years. Multivision's expertise embraces a broad range of technologies, domains and service offerings. Multivision is ranked 23rd amongst the Top 100 fastest-growing businesses in the Washington-Arlington-Alexandria-DC-VA-MD-WV region and 33rd amongst the Top 100 fastest-growing IT Services Companies in USA.Estimated Salary: $20 to $28 per hour based on qualifications.

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