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Jadu seeks PHP, MySQL programmers
March 14, 2008 @ 12:04:46

Company Jadu
Location Leicester, United Kingdom
Title Software Engineers - LAMP
Summary

About Jadu
Jadu helps businesses and public sector organisations to create and manage their content quickly and quickly using powerful content management web applications.

Jadu was formed in 2001 to provide Content Management Systems (CMS) for government organisations. Jadu has since evolved further and has been implemented for hundreds of private and public sector organisations across the UK. Providing a refreshing approach to Web Content Management and Search with Google Appliances, Jadu offers ground-breaking functionality including award winning accessible design, integrated Google search, user intelligence and full statistical reporting, full standards compliance, intelligent FAQs, online forms, Google enterprise search and a host of other web productivity tools and web applications - and an unparalleled support service.

Jadu are innovating in many areas over the next three years - with new products and services that will revolutionise the Content and web application software industry. With a rapidly expanding business, we are implementing systems in both private and public sectors at an unprecedented rate - Jadu are expanding both our business and our products.

Job Description We are looking for a new team of wizzard developers who will be designing and implementing high volume LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL, and PHP) applications and new social web applications.

We are looking for a suitably talented individuals to join one of the finest content management and web application engineering teams in the World.

Jadu's Engineers are highly qualified programmers with experience in developing in many languages - specialising in PHP, Python,possibly some C, C++, as well as database applications such as MySQL.

The Jadu Engineer (programmer) has experience and understanding of the principles of OO design and development and will have detailed knowledge of the principles of web development and server side scripting.

This is an opportunity for gifted programmers to develop and build careers in complex software development and become part of an elite software development team.

The typical activities of this role:

  • developing web applications using AJAX and a dab hand in PHP, MySQL (Python is a distinct advantage)
  • using webservices to develop new and enhanced functionality for Jadu information systems
  • using technologies such as LAMP
  • system planning and documentation

Requirements

  • 1-2 years proven programming experience
  • Educated to degree level with excellent academic results
  • Strong technical understanding of the internet and web based applications
  • Strong team player and communication skills

Jadu is a creative and highly innovative place to work. We care for our people and our customers.

If you are interested in joining our team - please send your letter of application and CV in the first instance to careers@jadu.co.uk

Jadu is an equal opportunities employer.

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