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JKPorto Inc (Recruiter) Seeks Lead PHP Developer (New York, NY)
October 01, 2009 @ 11:01:40

Company JKPorto Inc (Recruiter)
Location New York, NY
Title Lead PHP Programmer
Summary

I am searching for a PHP LAMP developer for NYC, and having a hard time finding talent in the area.

Lead PHP Programmer

We are looking for a motivated, team-oriented lead PHP programmer for our websites.

Job responsibilities include:

  • Work hands-on to maintain existing websites, extend existing websites, and build new websites in our technology stack: PHP, mySQL, Apache, Linux
  • Oversee and coordinate a team of site developers
  • Provide guidance and leadership in implementing web technologies throughout the organization
  • Serve as liaison between editorial, marketing and technical departments

Qualified candidates will have at least 5 years of PHP/mySQL web programming experience within a Linux environment. Experience with Symfony PHP framework is a big plus. Some experience with REST/SOAP/XML/JSON desirable.

For more information contact Jinny Porto at Jinny@jkporto.com

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