[Jobposts] [JOB] Junior PHP Developers, NYC | 50-60k

Beau Gould beau at open-source-staffing.com
Fri Feb 24 08:37:26 EST 2006

Junior PHP Developers, NYC | 50-60k 

My client is seeking experienced Junior PHP Developers to join the team.

All candidates MUST have some professional experience developing complex, database-driven PHP applications. This is a challenging position and is not suitable for novice or entry-level programmers. As the application uses a database backend and runs on Unix, experience with SQL (MySQL experience is desirable) and Unix/Linux is required. The developer will be responsible for the creation of a web application that displays complex, custom reports. 

The developer must have strong intrapersonal skills and be able to find the ideal way to implement requirements in a clean, elegant way. Reusable code is important, using object-oriented design where possible. Functional tests will be written, where possible, to validate the correctness of the code.

* Professional experience developing and/or architecting PHP-based web applications 
* SQL and a good knowledge of client-server architecture a must 
* Web page design with HTML, JavaScript, and CSS 
* Experience administrating Apache in a Unix environment is a plus 
* Proven experience designing browser-based GUIs, writing usability tests, and incorporating user feedback 

To be considered for this position, candidates:

MUST live in the tri-state (NY, NJ, CT) area. 
MUST work on-site at clients NYC location.   
MUST be auth to work in the USA 

This is a full time, salaried, on-site position in New York City.  There is NO chance of them hiring a telecommuter or a team of 100 developers from India.

Please submit your resume and a paragraph highlighting your relevant experience as it pertains to this job to beau at open-source-staffing.com 

Thank you,
Beau J. Gould

Open Source Staffing
beau at open-source-staffing.com

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