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BlackRock Financial Management, Inc. seeks Associate, Java Developer, BlackRock Solutions Group, Portfolio Modeling in New York, NY to participate in the complete Software Development Lifecycle to develop new modules and support existing functionality and testing. Req’s: Master’s degree or foreign equivalent in Computer Science, Information Technology, Computer Engineering, or a related field and three (3) years of experience in the job offered or related occupation: participating in the complete Software Development Lifecycle; developing new modules and supporting existing functionality and testing; providing ongoing support and development maintenance of existing application functionality; and utilizing information technologies including Java, Multithreaded Java Development, Multithreading, Object-Oriented Analysis and Design, SQL, and Design Patterns. In the alternative, employer will accept a Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in one of the above listed fields and five (5) years of progressively responsible experience in the above skills. Please apply directly by clicking on “Apply Online.”
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