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Job Posting:
CTI Teksource Seeks PHP Developers (New York, NY)
July 09, 2008 @ 14:25:18

Company CTI Teksource (Recruiter)
Location Midtown Manhattan, NY
Title PHP Developers
Summary

Full Time Permanent in the digital media industry -... Leading, very established company (4 openings)

Salary - up to 120K and higher for the right people + bonus

For delivering content (MP3, Video, JPEG, Wallpaper) to mobile devices from an online digital media store

  • Server side web development
  • Focus on delivery of content to mobile devices
  • Participate in all phases of the development cycle
  • Communicate with business partners including mobile providers, social networks, and media services in regards to developing new technologies
  • Extend and manage a highly dynamic distributed computing environment used to power direct-to-consumer applications

Job requirements:

Education and/or Experience:
Required

  • Server side web development
  • 4+ years Java or OO PHP
  • Degree in CS and/or Mathematics degree required
  • Excellent problem solving and communication

Additional Desired Skills

  • ActionScript/Flash development experience
  • Experience with digital music and metadata
  • Experience with XSL
  • Expertise with data models and SQL
  • Experience with MySQL
  • Experience with Ruby on Rails
  • Knowledge of Linux servers
  • Knowledge of mobile content delivery
  • Rudimentary digital signal processing
  • Love of music are added pluses

Intrested parties should submit resumes to Mike Marc-Aurele (212 453-9009)

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