Forwarding a student web dev job for a cool prof in the School o=
f Social Work. Flexible/undemanding hours throughout the summer and fall–v =
good hourly rate. Contact him directly if you're interested and/or feel =
free to forward to other NYU students.
Junior Developer Needed!
Information for Practice is a website =
dedicated to distributing up-to-date text, graphics, pictures, and videos of=
relevance for social work professionals.
We seek a junior developer to build a content management p=
latform for the service. This is a terrific position for a student to build =
their resume and make some money on a casual basis.
Ideally, you'll have:
* Strong knowledge of PHP/MySQL/Apache/Lin=
* Capable of building a customized CMS system from scratch that can be=
iterated on an as-needed basis. Knowledge of issues related to importing In=
ternet feeds and subsequently manipulating and accessing the data is essenti=
* Excellent skills in xHTML & CSS
* Experience with marketing analyt=
ics solutions, like Google Analytics, WebTrends, or AWStats
with MovableType or other blog systems
* Experience with migration of co=
ntent from one CMS to another.
* Prior experience with hosted server solutions
* Good people skills sin=
ce you'll be working with various departments, including information tec=
hnology and social work
* Work study funding a plus
* Basic knowledge =
of social work field a plus
Hourly wage is extremely competitive compared to other, campus-based st=
udent employment. This compensation not only reflects your technology expert=
ise, but also your track record of taking work responsibilities seriously.
Please send your resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org by 6/30/09.