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Contract Position at New York Post for PHP-PostgreSQL Developer

From: Heather Johnson <hjohnson(at)nypost(dot)com>
To: pgsql-jobs(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: Contract Position at New York Post for PHP-PostgreSQL Developer
Date: 2003-12-01 16:20:29
Message-ID: 3FCB6A4D.7040302@nypost.com (view raw or flat)
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The New York Post is seeking a part-time consultant to participate in 
the planning and development of a web-based registration project. The 
position will last for approximately 3 months or until the candidate's 
role in the project is completed. The candidate will work with other 
programmers on staff to integrate database-backed online registration 
with an existing demographics database implemented in PostgreSQL and 
will report directly to the Senior Database Programmer. Work from home 
is an option. Salary commensurate with experience. There is a 
possibility for additional contracts with the Post and/or full-time 
employment in the future. The successful candidate will have the following:

* Basic familiarity with Unix (Solaris and/or FreeBSD preferred)
* Moderate to advanced knowledge of PostgreSQL (MySQL ok, but PostgreSQL 
preferred)
* Experience with database planning (e.g., table design, indexing, 
logging, performance, knowledge of plpgsql a plus)
* Experience with web-based registration projects a strong plus
* Moderate to advanced knowledge of PHP (e.g., experience with functions 
that interface with PostgreSQL or MySQL a must, knowledge of application 
security a plus)
* Basic html (forms, tables)

Please email or mail resume and cover letter describing your 
qualifications to:

Heather Johnson
Senior Database Programmer
New York Post
1211 6th Avenue, 9th Floor
New York, NY 10036
hjohnson(at)nypost(dot)com


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