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High-level PHP Developer (MVC, WordPress) (PID: 2631)
Posted On :2013-08-05    
Category: WP Programmer | Budget: Not Sure
Company: Great Jakes
Project Details:

A fast-growing NYC-based interactive shop is looking for a high-level PHP Developer who is intimately familiar with OOP, MVC and, ideally, has WordPress development experience. Work in-house in our Union Square office or remotely. Learn to orchestrate the inner workings our sophisticated, proprietary content management system, based on the WordPress framework. Enjoy a dynamic, creative environment that that doesn’t require you to deal with insane deadlines. We nurture our developers, not burn them out.

Our ideal candidate looks like this:
* Has 3-4 years experience working on MVC-based PHP frameworks
* Has strong skills in HTML5 and CSS3
* Has formal training, ideally a CS degree
* Loves peanut butter cookies
* Has strong communication and collaboration skills (this isn’t just a compulsory line item – we collaborate a lot and we value your input)
* Learned to program because they enjoy complex puzzles and problem solving.

How to apply:

If this job sounds like a good fit, please apply by sending us a resume and any sample sites for which you have developed — PLUS a cover email that specifically addresses the points below. You can just bullet-point your responses (complete sentences are not required). Failure to address these points will cause your application to be disregarded.

* Assure me that you have 3+ years developing within the MVC model
* Tell me what formal technical training you have received, if any
* Confirm that you are looking for full-time work, not freelance
* Tell me your desired salary

 
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