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Dedicated PHP/MySQL Programmer

Pragati is looking to take on a dedicated programmer to work with our project managers and marketing team on a series of projects.

The Programmer will be responsible for analyzing the requirements of users, creating documentation and developing code as well as designing and write code to support existing applications for our National and International client’s intranet and commercial internet sites.

The suitable individual should have 2+ years working experience of LAMP technologies- Linux, Apache, MYSQL and PHP. Plus experience within all the leading applications and design tools such as Adobe, Macromedia etc. Additional knowledge of programming such as ASP, Perl, Cold Fusion etc would be an advantage.

The role is suited to an enthusiastic & communicative team member with a positive attitude; dedication and willingness to work hard often under high production pressure. A can-do attitude, excellent communication and a driven personality are also requirements.

Key responsibilities:

User & System Analysis

Development of System Documentation

Development Planning & Implementation

Key Skill Requirements:

Excellent communication skills

Excellent problem solving skills

Fast learner

Excellent attention to detail

The individual must be able to work FULL TIME, accessible via voice chat using skype/gtalk.

Habilidades: ASP, Cold Fusion, Linux, Perl, PHP

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( 0 comentários ) Bedfordshire, United Kingdom

ID do Projeto: #144356