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SearchTech Solutions (Recuriter) Seeks PHP Developer (San Francisco, CA)
May 13, 2008 @ 16:04:43

Company SearchTech Solutions (Recuriter)
Location San Francisco, CA
Title PHP Developer
Summary We're looking for a PHP Developer for a San Francisco Bay Area rapidly expanding web 2.0 company looking for some young bright engineers who have potentially developed or is interested in developing facebook like applications. You don't necessarily have to have professional experience and 6 years experience is the max.

Responsibilities

  • Application development
  • Web design skills for designing usable interfaces

Requirements

  • Expert in PHP / JavaScript / CSS / MySQL / AJAX
  • Object-oriented design skills
  • BS in Computer Science or equivalent
  • Experience developing social networking applications is a HUGE plus
  • MS is a plus
  • Excellent communication and collaboration skills
  • Start-up experience at a fast-growing consumer web company a plus
  • The ideal candidate will be a bright, logical team player

You can contact Todd at SearchTech Solutions: todd@stecs.com (408-540-1800)

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