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We are currently searching for several .NET/DEVELOPERS for a

long term contract that will last years. Sometime during the contract

(3 months-12 months) one will be offered a career position if their work
reflects what

is needed. One can obviously accept or reject this offer, but we are

for open minded people who could accept a perm offer if it was right.

This position is in Baton Rouge LA., but they may train several wks in

VB.NET, and some T-SQL are the keys. If interested and qualified, answer the
seven questions below. Email the answers WITH a current resume that reflects

needed skills to DO*****

1.. VB.NET experience-----------------yrs
2.. ASP.NET experience---------------yrs
3.. SQL exp------------------------------yrs
4.. T-SQL exp.--------------------------yrs
5.. Citizenship---------------------------
6.. Availability--------------------------
7.. Rate for contract (1099)-----------pr hr
1099=You pay your own expenses.

We specialize in .NET positions all over the United States. Most are

Contract, but a few are perm. If you are not a fit for the position below,

You may still want to email your resume so that we can inform you of

other .NET positions. Some require ASP, C#, T-SQL etc., not all will be

fits. After the first time you have emailed your resume, just respond to

the positions that seem to work for you. (skills + location) Always answer

the questions at the bottom of the page and email an updated resume to show

ANY additional work or skills that has been added. Above is a position that

just came in, and we must respond to ASAP. That is today’s market.

Jul 17 '05 #1
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