Solicitation Closes 2/20/15

Sr. Java Developer

QAT Global, a long term partner with the US Patent and Trade Office, is seeking a highly skilled Java Developer who has or is willing to learn spring.

Candidate will join a team of Developers maintaining and enhancing various USPTO systems. The position is located at the Alexandria, Virginia Headquarters. Be part of an organization which supports the USPTO, which allows the USA to maintain and protect our competitive advantage by protecting USA based companies and entrepreneurs intellectual property.

Sr. Java Developer will utilize the following technologies; Jax, SOAP, XML, Mybatis, Swing, Spring, Oracle, Websphere, Tomcat, JBoss.


  • 3-5+ years of continuous advancement with Java technology.
  • Experience with a combination of the following skills beneficial; Jax, SOAP, XML, Mybatis, Spring, Swing Oracle, Websphere, Tomcat, JBoss.
  • Willingness to learn technologies you may not have experience with.
  • QAT Global provides a competitive benefits package to include, Medical, Dental, 401k with match, Short/Long Term Disability and Life Insurance.

QAT Global provides a comprehensive range of technical and strategic consulting services; we focus on how IT can make a real difference to client’s businesses by building in agility, streamlining business processes, integrating data assets in new ways, and transforming technical assets. We also help our clients quickly get to market with new or enhanced products including custom software solutions, web software, desktop software, line of business applications, mobile applications, third-party integrations, e-commerce solutions, content management systems, rich internet applications, and mainframe applications.

Interested candidates please contact

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Brent Hodgen

has over 20 years of Human Resource experience and has spent much of his career doing IT recruiting. He joined QAT Global in 1999 as the Human Resource Manager. He is a dedicated recruiter who believes in high levels of customer service.

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