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Posted 16 April 2012 - 06:09 PM

I was approached to day by a previous client that I've provided both hardware & software work for. They are currently looking to fill 2 web developer positions. Feel free to contact me via private message for further details.

This is for a full time Web Developer position in the Akron Ohio (Fairlawn/Montrose) area.

About the Job

There are 2 position available due to growth of niche marketing company and launch
of new products/​services.​ You'll be working on projects that rival Silicon
Valley - they will be challenging and will push your knowledge.​ You will develop
and launch web applications and perform web coding functions and server side
scripting where necessary.​ You will work closely with the CEO and IT Director and
will be part of a skilled team.​ There will be simultaneous front-end and back-end
projects.​ Good communication skills are important and flexibility is the key.​
There are multi projects with a lot of requirements and moving parts.​

Required Skills:



* Experience with PHP (2 - 5 years)
* Experience with MySQL (2 - 5 years)
* Ability to communicate and work effectively with others
* Ability to provide time estimates for IT projects
* Project management skills
* Time management skills (multitasking)

Optional Experience/​Knowledge:

* Database architecture and design
* Unix Experience
* Photoshop for web graphics
* Asterisk open source PBX experience a plus

The positions are on-site full time with benefits.​ Applicants must be highly
dependable, capable of working with other team members and alone as needed.​ Must
be passionate about constantly learning and take pride in your work.​ Please
provide resume and sample portfolio for application.​

Benefits: Bonuses, Health, Dental, Paid Holidays, Paid Personal Days, Paid
Vacation., Fun Google-like Atmosphere.

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