Java Developer

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Ashongman Estate, osampa House number 6, new delhi street, Ghana
Job Detail
  • Industry:
    IT - Software
  • Total Positions:
    1
  • Job Type:
    Part Time
  • Salary:
    16000-20000
  • Job Location:
    New York, United States
  • Minimum Education:
    BA
  • Minimum Experience:
    2 Years
  • Apply By:
    Jul 11, 2016
  • Job Posting Date:
    Mar 11, 2016
Job Description

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