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Distribion Seeks PHP Application Developer (Dallas, Tx)
September 15, 2010 @ 13:33:49

Company Distribion
Location Dallas, Tx
Title PHP Application Developer
Summary

Distribion is looking to fill 4 PHP Application Developer positions due to rapid growth. If your a rock star developer looking for an exciting career then look no further!

The ideal candidate would have 3-5 years of experience with OOP PHP and SQL (PostgreSQL/MySQL). Experience with Doctrine and Zend (or other MVC frameworks) is a plus. Extensive experience with JavaScript or JS frameworks such as EXTJS, and JQuery is also a plus.

Candidate Requirements:

  • At least 3-5 years of PHP 5 OOP Development
  • At least 3-5 Years SQL (PostgreSQL/MySQL)
  • HTML and CSS skills
  • JavaScript Skills
  • Version Control System Experience (We use Subversion)
  • Problem Solving mindset
  • Excellent Debugging and Optimization Skills

Preferred Skills:

  • MVC Framework experience
  • Doctrine Experience
  • Zend Framework Experience
  • EXTJS / JQuery Experience

For moreo information or to submit your resume, please contact Tim Storer at hr@distribion.com

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