Buxton Consulting Jobs in Chester
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Job Title : Visual C+ Developer Location :Malvern,PA Duration: 7+months Rate is :open background and drug check required after the confirmation The Sr. Software Engineer will spend his/her time engaging in the maintenance and development of Client’s real-time pharmacy software and its related programs. He/she must gain a knowledge and understanding of all parts of the software design, workflow, fu...
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