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  • .NET Developer - Greenville, SCUnitedHealth Group(Greenville/Spartanburg, South Carolina)

    Description: Position Description: Positions in this function are predominantly involved in developing business solutions by creating new and modifying existing software applications. Primary contributor in designing, coding, testing, debugging, documenting and supporting all types of applications consistent with established specifications and business requirements to deliver business value. Prima...
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    Posted Mon 14th July

  • Interactive DeveloperAfl(Greenville/Spartanburg, South Carolina)

    AFL provides industry-leading products and services to the electric utility, broadband, communications, OEM, enterprise, wireless and transit rail markets as well as the emerging markets of oil and gas, mining, nuclear, avionics, medical, renewable and intelligent grid. The company's diverse product portfolio includes fiber optic cable, transmission and substation accessories, outside plant equipm...
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    Posted Wed 16th July

  • Web Applications DeveloperAcentron, Inc(Greenville/Spartanburg, South Carolina)

    Acentron is currently seeking an experienced Web/Applications Developer with full SDLC skills who is adept at working with both existing applications (enhancements) and new application development. This is a contract opportunity with the possibility of extension and is located in the Duncan, SC area. The Contract Term is slated to be from 08/25 – 12/19 (4-month contract that has a possibility of e...
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    Posted Wed 2nd July

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