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Contract Web Architect Opportunity in Portland, Oregon

From: "kirk Baillie" <k(dot)baillie(at)comcast(dot)net>
To: <pgsql-jobs(at)postgresql(dot)org>
Subject: Contract Web Architect Opportunity in Portland, Oregon
Date: 2009-11-12 18:11:44
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I am recruiting for a contract Web Architect to work for our client in
Portland, Oregon.

This Web Architect will start as a contract opportunity with the possibility
of leading into a full time job. The Web Architect will be working with the
outsource providers and internal team members to complete this engagement's
deliverables. The project will be involved with moving from a Windows based
system to an Open Source based, web system. This will involve: 

. Create Infrastructure Design Document as well as oversight, approval and
creation of design configuration guides. The IDD should have sections on
different environments such as Quality Assurance, Performance Testing, Beta
and Production. 
. Technical oversight of Deployment through Beta test environment being
ready for start of Beta Test. 

The ideal candidate for this position will have experience designing,
building and maintaining IT infrastructures for web based applications. The
position will mostly involve architecting web solutions with .Net and Open
Source technologies such as Linux, Java, Geronimo and PostgreSQL.

If you are interested in an opportunity such as this, please feel free to
send a copy of your resume to me as soon as possible.

Kirk

Kirk Baillie
Principle
Makena Technical Resources
k(dot)baillie(at)comcast(dot)net


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