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Lotus Notes/Domino Developers Wanted - Get Sponsored for Top Secret Clearance (U.S. Citizens Only)


UPDATED: I should have gotten clarification on this initially, but these positions are all in the Washington DC Metro area...

If you can answer YES to ALL of these questions, get in touch and I'll connect you to a recruiter looking to sponsor qualified individuals for Lotus Notes Developer jobs requiring high-level U.S. Government security clearance.

Q: Are you a Lotus Notes/Domino Developer?

Q: Are you a U.S. Citizen?

Q: [NEW] Do you live in the Washington DC Metro area?

Q: Are you interested in obtaining a high-level security clearance (including full scope polygraph)?

If you answered YES to all three four questions, then please contact me and I'll pass you over to my recruiter friend. It's worth noting that while going through the clearance process you will not have to quit your current job, so other than enduring a rather tedious and occasionally awkward application process, there isn't much downside.


1 - Yes

2 - 1) YES
2) NO
3) NO
4) YES

3 - 1) Yes
2) Yes
3) Yes
4) Got one already

4 - @3 - Stop gloating Emoticon.

5 - Yes
Have a TS, interested in a gaining full scope polygraph.
(website link is my resume - please pass it along.)


6 - Good questionnaire. Hope it will help really talented peopleEmoticon

7 - 1.Yes
3.No - any way to do these jobs as telecommuter with some travel? I am in NC.

8 - 1) Yes.
2) Yes.
3) Yes.
4) Yes.

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