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Job Posting:
WWE Corporate Office Seeks Senior PHP Developer (Stamford, CT)
April 13, 2007 @ 15:52:51

Company Work for the WWE
Location Stamford, CT
Title Sr. PHP Developer
Summary

We need a Sr. PHP Developer
Your task would be the maintenance and extension of our dynamic and cutting edge Intranet and Internet web sites written in PHP5.

Requirements: PHP/Mysql Experience: 3-4 years, where 1 year must be PHP5.

Candidates must be well versed in:

  • PHP5
  • Mysql
  • JavaScript
Candidates must show:
  • Experience working through an entire life cycle of a web-based application from concept, implementation, testing to maintenance.
  • Familiarity with application level network protocols (e.g., HTTP and/or SSL).
  • Excellent communication and relationship skills along with being a strong team player.
  • Demonstrable analytical problem-solving skills.
  • Ability to thrive in a high-pressured, unstructured, customer-oriented environment.
Other skills:
  • AJAX
  • XHTML/HTML, CSS
  • Linux
  • Dreamweaver
  • Subversion
  • Unix Shell/Perl

Office Location: WWE Corporate Office - Stamford
Job Category: Global Media

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