Hot Job: Work-From-Home Developer for Dell

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The position: Application development senior specialist for Dell (Stock quote: DELL)

Location: Herndon, Va. or telecommute from any location

Job duties: Will be involved at all levels of decision-making related to middleware, and will also represent Dell with clients and in process integration initiatives. Proactively shares information related to client's architecture principles and standards across multiple programs, projects and operations. Assists client with process integration planning and execution. Creates the conceptual architecture of the design and clearly describes the rationale for decisions.

The company: Dell is a major manufacturer of computers and electronic products. The company has more than 96,000 employees.

Requirements: Requires a bachelor's degree or equivalent experience. Must have at least eight years of progressive experience with middleware products such as Tuxedo, WebLogic and Oracle Application Server. Requires experience with multiple UNIX based operating systems. Must have an understanding of large scale global integration platforms and key design components of Enterprise Application Integration and Enterprise Service Bus. Must be able to work under little supervision in a client setting.

Extra perks: The company offers bonus and rewards programs. Plus, there are also employee discounts on Dell products.

Interesting info: Dell offers a wide variety of training and professional development programs for employees.

Other opportunities: Dell also has numerous opportunities for software engineers, Windows developers, Windows 7 consultants and Web analysts.

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