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Job Description: Software Engineer

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This sample job description for a Software Engineer covers many of the basic skill sets vital for the position, including debugging skills and knowledge of Web Services and SOAP.

The attached document is a typical job description for a Software Engineer.

Typical job requiremetns and skill sets for a Software Engineer Include:

  • BS or MS in Computer Science, Electrical Engineering or related field
  • 2-10 years hands on software development experience.
  • Strong development skills in Java, and/or J2EE.
  • Understanding of object-oriented software architecture and design patterns.
  • Programming language experience.
  • Applicable recognized certifications (e.g. Java, Linux, Microsoft).
  • Knowledge of Web Technologies to include JSP, Web Services, SOAP and frameworks.
  • Excellent debugging and troubleshooting skills.

The attached Zip file includes:

  • Intro Page.doc
  • Software Engineer.doc
  • Software Engineer.odt
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