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Capstone, Inc. (Recruiter) Seeks PHP Developer (Dallas, TX)
February 09, 2009 @ 10:14:02

Company Capstone, Inc. (Recruiter)
Location Dallas, TX
Title PHP Developer (Contract-to-Hire)
Summary

For the past decade, Capstone, Inc. has introduced talented IT professionals to DFW's most sought-after employers for both consulting and full-time opportunities. One of our clients has the following immediate need:

The job is to develop from scratch a Social Networking Web Site for a new television station. The selected candidate will be the first external hire in IT, and will work closely with the Executive Management team to develop this site.

Required Skills:

  • Strong PHP
  • XML / HTML
  • Java
  • MySQL
  • Javscript/CSS
  • RedHat Linux
  • Experience in developing/using Web Services
  • Experience developing e-Commerce or Content Mgt. Systems
  • Experience with Credit Card Processing
  • Excellent Analytical, communication and organizational skills

Desired Skills

  • AJAX
  • Adobe Flash development
  • Installation/Maintenance of RedHat Linux Servers

Please send Word resumes to: broa@capstoneinc.com

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