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Red Ventures Seeks Several LAMP Developers (Charlotte, NC)
January 22, 2007 @ 15:15:00

Company Red Ventures
Location Charlotte, North Carolina
Title Several LAMP Developer Openings
Summary

Due to our growth and new business launches, we are currently seeking several LAMP Developers (Linux/FreeBSD, Apache, MySQL, PHP/Perl) to join our team and augment our existing web development capabilities. Selected individuals will become part of a team dedicated to the development and design of flexible and scalable web applications. We have multiple positions available.

The primary job responsibility for these web developer positions is to provide PHP programming and functionality for a wide variety of consumer-related websites, intranets, extranets and web-based applications. This entails designing, evaluating, updating and maintaining object oriented applications in PHP. Developers are challenged on a daily basis to solve problems in new and creative ways. We offer a competitive salary, a superior work environment and excellent benefits. Relocation assistance is available for the right candidates. For consideration, please submit your resume to recruiter@redventures.net Be sure to include the job code 012207-SWD.

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