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Maxsys Solutions (Recruiter) Seeks PHP Developer (Dallas, TX)
August 07, 2008 @ 13:48:39

Company Maxsys Solutions (Recruiter)
Location Dallas, TX
Title PHP Developer
Summary

Maxsys Solutions has partnered with a leading Human Resources software provider headquartered in Dallas, TX for a PHP Developer. The client company is a three time Inc 500 winner, the 8th fastest growing technology company in Texas and is in the process to become a publicly traded company. The company has been selected to be the technology provider for Monster's new Talent Management Suite.

About the Position

  • Develop new features for existing solutions using PHP and HTML based on design specifications and customer requirements that connect to a fully normalized MySQL database.
  • Implement and support existing applications using the technologies mentioned above.
  • Recommend code and design optimizations to improve the scalability of the applications and maximize performance.

Requirements

  • 2+ years of hands-on web application experience in a LAMP environment.
  • 2+ years of experience with HTML.
  • Suggest code and design optimizations to improve the scalability of the applications and maximize performance.
  • Experience with Object Oriented development.
  • Knowledge of Linux.

    Compensation: 55-75k

    Interested applicants contact Brandy Tatum (Maxsys Solutions) either by email (brandy [at] maxsyssolutions [dot] com) or via phone - 972-392-4900 or 866-799-4949.

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