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JOB - Sr. PHP Developer - Fort Lauderdale, FL - Relo/Sponsor OK [message #179345] Mon, 08 October 2012 16:47
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I have a client in Fort Lauderdale, FL looking for 4 full time, on-
site, salaried Senior PHP Developers paying $80,000 to $150,000
depending on experience. Client will cover relocation expenses and
sponsor/transfer visas too. H1/H1-B, F1, CAN, etc Ok! Must currently
reside in the United States or Canada to be considered and have good
communication skills. Full job details provided to qualified
applicants.

REQUIRED EXPERIENCE:

* 5 years of software development experience with at least 2 years as
a PHP Developer
* Strong knowledge of PHP 5.3+ and OOP principles
* Strong knowledge of relational databases (MySQL, PostgreSQL, etc)
* Thorough understanding of client and server side interaction (AJAX,
JSON, etc.)
* Experience with 3rd-party integrations (APIs, SOAP, OAuth, etc)
* Experience with front-end development skills including JavaScript &
jQuery
* Knowledge of version control tools, Git preferred
* Familiarity with agile development practices (i.e. SCRUM)

Full job details provided to qualified applicants.

To be considered, please submit your resume and salary requirements to
opensourcestaffing|AT|gmail.com

Thank you,
Beau J. Gould
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