[ILUG] Job Offer: Development (more details)
arnaud.disant at fix-it.ie
Thu Mar 3 17:48:48 GMT 2011
More details below:
Digital Crew Limited is an innovative, creative web and application development house based in Cork. The team is made up of graphic designers, software developers who are all passionate about what they do! The company has developed products specifically for the Higher Education market internationally and is expanding its market into Europe from a very successful Irish base. The Akari software suite is being regarded as probably one of the most innovative products in the Curriculum Management area.
Due to continued success the company is looking to hire a Web Developer to work with the existing team on ongoing projects with the Akari division. As well as developing new products the candidate will be expected to amend and adapt existing code as well as providing frontline support to current clients.
The company is looking to recruit a mature programmer who is capable of self management as well as being part of a dynamic team. Among the attributes expected are
Thrives in a small team environment
A thirst for knowledge
A genuine passion for design and development
Works hard and plays hard.
Able to work on own initiative.
Take pride in what you do!
Experience of working to deadlines!
• At least three to four years experience of Web Development.
• AJAX experience
• CSS, XML, HTML
• Experience of project delivery in a deadline-driven environment.
Desirable Criteria: Experience with Cold Fusion would be advantageous.
The company clients use both Oracle and MYSQL databases and experience in either one, or preferably both, will be essential.
An attractive salary and benefits.
> Feel free to enquire or pass any cv to Eoghan O'Leary: eoleary at akarisoftware.com
> Best regards,
> Arnaud Disant MIMCA, CMC
> Professional Services Consultant (IT)
> Fix-I.T. Professional Services
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