However, we haven’t gotten any applications. Perhaps
students have other income sources. Below is the job description.
If you aren’t a student and can’t access the website, feel free to
contact me at [hidden email],
643-6668. Preference will be give to laid-off IT staff with experience in
web, especially php, mysql, Wordpress. Description is based on the
Application Programmer 2 series.
academic year-10-20 hours/week, negotiable depending on
This position is part of a team of three that under general
supervision of the School’s computing manager, develops, modifies, tests,
and evaluates the School’s web applications and processes. The work
includes test-to-production processes, quality assurance, maintenance and documentation
Under general supervision, duties are:
*Designs, develops, modifies, debugs, and evaluates basic
programs using PHP, Mysql, web scripting, applying professional application
*Analyzes existing programs - - web applications and web
*Designs and uses basic relational databases in Mysql and
If time permits, assist in these areas:
Deploy ghost images for the School’s workstations and
assist in the maintenance of the School’s active directory and
Window’s virtual server.
*Assist with implementation of changes in development,
maintenance, and system standards, including security systems
*Must have knowledge and experience of PHP, Mysql,
Wordpress, Windows, Unix. Experience with Drupal desirable
*Must have knowledge relating to the design and development
of applications programs and department processes and procedures
*Must be able to communicate technical information in a
clear and concise manner and to work with technical and non-technical personnel
Rate is $15.00 - $17.86 per hour or negotiable depending on
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