If you love programming and want to be part of a passionate small development team that's not afraid to dream outside the box -- we have a job for you.
This is a great opportunity for a Web development professional who enjoys working on a wide variety of projects where the projects are diverse and the creative collaboration is fun. You'll find a dog friendly, casual work environment with free, never-ending spring water, coffee or tea and occasional ethnic food/snacks, plus a competitive salary and benefits.
We're seeking developers who perform at their best under pressure and who have a BS in Computer Science and at least two years of on-the-job experience (or equivalent) in development and design of Web based applications that use PHP and MySQL on UNIX (BSD or Mac OS X preferred, but Solaris, HP-UX, AIX or Linux acceptable).
Strong communication skills and the ability to interact well with other team members is a must in our collaborative office environment. You must be detail-oriented, ready to triple check work for accuracy, and be willing to take on assignments for a variety of customers and projects. Previous work for a digital or creative agency will be a plus.
Applicants must have:
- Experience building dynamic Websites and Open Source Content Management System applications such as Drupal or TYPO3 in PHP5 and MySQL
- Competency in HTML 4, 5 / XHTML / CSS
- Familiarity with basic Unix admin (Linux, Free BSD, etc)
- Experience in database coding/admin (MySQL preferred)
- BS in Computer Science (or equivalent experience)
Our full-time benefit package includes full health, dental and vision insurance, life insurance, long-term disability, educational reimbursement, profit sharing, and other benefits. Employees are eligible for a discounted membership in the Columbia Association athletic facilities and discounted rates at an area bank.
To Apply, E-mail us your resume, and state your availability.
Note: This is a full-time, on-site employee position in our offices in Columbia, MD. We will not respond to applications from off-site programmers, contractors or telecommuters.