15 sep 2007
GMP is the largest staffing and HR consultancy in Singapore yet our 'boutique' business units offer their own distinct services to cater to the clients' niche. GMP's service is all-encompassing, with each of its six divisions focused on a specialist service set up to completely meet the needs of clients and candidates in every industry sector, offering a true "one-stop" solution to clients.
Application deadline on 13-10-07.
1.Web Devloper / Web Master
As one of the APJ HP.com CE Web Operations and Maintenance team, the Web Development and Operations Specialist will coordinate and execute day-to-day web operational requests in one or more of the following areas of HP.com:
• Common services pages including country homepage
• Segment portal pages
• Promotion/Event/News pages
• Microsites pages
• Product catalogue pages
The operational requests include but not limited to creation/publishing/uploading of web pages; update of elements of the pages (text, image, links, metadata etc); creation of Marcom URLs; assignment of JumpIDs; audition of web pages and reporting of web metrics/campaign responses/TCE surveys.
The Web Development and Operations Specialist is responsible to perform the request in accordance to HP Web standards and guidelines, ensure the deliverables meet the Service Level Agreement specified for the assigned activity. The Web Development and Operations Specialist is also responsible to provide user and editor support. The Web Development and Operations Specialist is expected to log all activities in an agreed format determined by the management team.
-Bachelor's (undergraduate) degree or Diploma in Computer Science, Computer --Engineering, MIS Industrial Engineering or industry related discipline
-At least 2 years of working experience on web design/creation/maintenance
-Good Web development skills (Image creation, HTML programming, Java scripting etc.)
-Good understanding of internet technology
-Good command of English language. Familiarity of additional Asian languages (Korean, Chinese, and Japanese) is an added advantage
-Good communication skills
-Ability to work independently
2.Senior J2EE Consultants
- Design, develop, test and implement enhancements according to the sign-off requirements.
- Design test cases to verify the proper functioning of all functions according to the specified requirements, including system integration.
- Ensure that system requirements are met by conducting unit and system testing.
- Ensure that enhancements or bug fixes are completed within the Service Level Agreement or within the schedule that is mutually agreed with the users.
- Deploy enhancements or bug fixes to various environments.
- Degree / Diploma in Computer Science, or IT related disciplines.
- 2-8 years of working experience in J2EE and Oracle SQL.
- Those with more experience will be consider for Senior or Technical Lead roles
- Must have good verbal and written English communication skills.
Remuneration will commensurate with qualifications and working experience. Please state your current and expected salary. Include a passport-size digital photo of yourself in the resume.
Interested candidates please submit your updated resume in MS WORD format via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Saturday, September 15, 2007
15 sep 2007
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