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GWT Developer – Java

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Europe Contract / 3-6 months €400 - €500 per day

GWT Developer – Frankfurt – 3- month contract

I am looking for a GWT Developer for a 3 month initial contract based in Frankfurt. The role is working with a leading financial client on a fast paced project.

Technical skills needed for this role are:

– Java Development

– GWT (google web toolkit) Development

– Convert functional design to technical design, code and test using google web toolkit (GWT)

– Connecting GUI to backend databases

If you are interested please email your CV.

Job Reference: Gwt/ger

Salary: €400 - €500 per day

Salary per: Day

Job Duration: 3-6 months

Job Start Date: ASAP

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