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PROGRAMMER - SYREON Corporation


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SYREON Corporation - VANCOUVER , BC; SYREON Corporation is an innovative clinical research organization based in Vancouver, Canada that combines advanced computer technologies and clinical medicine to create interactive, international programs in clinical research. SYREON personnel are drawn from academia and industry, and provide outstanding expertise in the pharmaceutical sciences, computer sciences, biometrics, economics, and healthcare outcomes; Past job postings: PROGRAMMER ; DBMS: SQLServer and/or Oracle; current job postings.

PROGRAMMER
Location: CANADA - VANCOUVER - HEADQUARTERS
Job Code: 24
# of openings: 1

Description

PROGRAMMER -  Full Time Position

  

SYREON Corporation is an innovative clinical research organization based in Vancouver, Canada that combines advanced computer technologies and clinical medicine to create interactive, international programs in clinical research. SYREON personnel are drawn from academia and industry, and provide outstanding expertise in the pharmaceutical sciences, computer sciences, biometrics, economics, and healthcare outcomes.

 

Syreon’s Information Technology department is looking for an experienced Programmer to be responsible for development on existing applications using Active Server Pages (ASP) and JavaScript, with COM+, SQL Server and Oracle on the back-end.

 

The qualified candidate must have a minimum of 1.5 years experience in ASP and Visual Basic 6 and:

 

§  JavaScript for validation logic

§  SQL with SQLServer and/or Oracle

§  Ability to communicate effectively with both technical and non-technical users

 

If you like to be challenged and prefer working with a team committed to excellence, then we would like to hear from you.

 

Only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.



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Last updated on September 18, 2011