I’m long overdue posting these, and apologize if I kept any of you waiting.

  • Consumers’ CHECKBOOK (Washington, DC) is looking for a ColdFusion developer with at least 5 years experience. Requirements include experience with SQL Server or other enterprise databases, and ColdFusion certification. Contact dccfddeveloper@gmail.com.
  • Unnamed client (San Jose, CA) is looking for a Flex developer with strong Java skills. Requirements include at least 6 years of software development, and a bachelor’s degree in information technology discipline or related field or equivalent education/experience. Contact Ashish Sood at recruiter Techworkers.
  • Unnamed client (Minnesota, MN) is looking for a senior ColdFusion developer with strong OOP skills. Contact Elicasith You at recruiter TEKsystems.
  • Time Warner Cable (Queens, NYC, NY) is looking for a ColdFusion developer with at least 5 years experience in ColdFusion and SQL. Other requirements include a computer science degree or equivalent education and work experience. Working experience in Java a plus. Contact Tasheemah Wilkerson.
  • Interdirect (UK) is looking for a ColdFusion developer with at least 5 years experience. Other requirements include experience with SQL Server and jQuery. Candidates that also have experience of Flash / ActionScript / AIR preferred. Details posted online or contact careers@interdirect.co.uk.

4 thoughts

  1. "Unnamed client (San Jose, CA) is looking for a Flex developer with string Java skills"
    Now that’s a highly specialized position. Unfortunately, I’m much better with ints and floats 🙂

  2. Ben,
    Can you add one more opening for 2 positions for ColdFusion and Flex @Century- National Insurance CA. Thorough knowledge of software development life cycle is required, including design and development using object-oriented architecture and programming. We are building policy administration system utilizing Flex powered with ColdFusion 9 as presentation layer and .Net as back end service. Very interesting architect with Digital Primates help. It is not easy to find CF developers therefore your help appreciated.
    Contact
    HR department Lee Ann LeeAnnSchumacher@cnico.com

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