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iPhone Developer, NYC - 80-110k

From: OSS <beau(at)open-source-staffing(dot)com>
To: pgsql-jobs(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: iPhone Developer, NYC - 80-110k
Date: 2009-01-13 00:56:58
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[JOB] iPhone Developer, NYC - 80-110k 

My NYC client needs a full time, salaried, on-site developer to work on a
platform project - building iPhone SDK libraries that can be embedded within
applications.  This job will involve a mix of iPhone SDK development and
server-side development. Server-side development is in PHP and Java and
using MySQL and PostgreSQL databases but primarily PHP and MySQL. Android,
Blackberry and various other mobile platform development may also be part of
this job.

The company is small, casual and collaborative, and they expect developers
to take a wide degree of personal initiative when developing their projects
- if you're looking to be micro-managed, this isn't the place for you.

This position is full-time, includes health care and dental, and must be
done from our client's office in Manhattan so applicants residing in the
tri-state area are preferred unless you'd consider relocating at your own
expense.  Salary depends on experience and ability, but they'd like to stay
within the 80-110k range.  Maybe a little more for a rock star.

Please provide a resume, salary requirements and a paragraph about your
iPhone SDK experience. 

Thank you, 

Beau Gould 
Executive Advisor 
Capital Markets Placement 
www.cmp.jobs 
bg(at)capitalmarketsp(dot)com 

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