Hey y’all!

Let’s get together and discuss career options.

Andrew from Signature Consultants will describe multiple openings here.

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I have over 50 development positions here in Orlando it is remote for the foreseeable future and will be onsite 2 days in Orlando post covid! Please get with me if you or anyone else could benefit from the positions below. These are URGENT and will be filled by mid week.
These opportunities are also contract to hire career opportunities not gigs. (A company that allows you to have control of your own career and tech stacks!)
Angular 2+ developers - 2-15+ years experience will work here as well as I also have multiple positions in this tech stack - Must have angular2+/typescript with unit testing salary high of 116k
React Developers - 2-15+ years experience (Ag-Grid exp preferred) Salary high of 120+ with ag - grid
Also need java, devops, IOS, and SOA's on a side note
Java developers - 2-15+ years experience will work as I have multiple positions in those ranges - Back end Java Salary high of 116k
Devops - 5+ years in total with recent devops - 116k - AWS,Code promotion,Jenkins and Maven, Bitbucket and GitLab
Ios Dev - 2+ years - 78k - IOS, Swift, Objective C
SOA- 8+ Years- 116k - .Net,Java, or JS background with a few years of SOA ( Someone looking to become a SOA as there primary role moving forward in their career)

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Andrew DiRocco
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901 North Lake Destiny Drive | Suite #185 | Maitland, FL 32751
t 954 677 1020 | d 954 717 1044 | c 954 591 5249
ADiRocco@sigconsult.com

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Hope to see many of you. Come on out even if you just want to chat. It’s outdoors. They serve food and beverages. Please RSVP so I’ll know how many tables to reserve.

Best,

Mike Levin
OJUG Chairman
www.mikelevin.net

 

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Thanks Michael! I look forward to getting to know everyone. 

Have a great rest of your week! 

Regards,

Andrew 

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