[OT] Web Engineer Needed
jonathan at bluesunhosting.com
Thu Jan 10 15:27:52 MST 2008
On 10 Jan 2008, at 14:20, Dan Sampson wrote:
> I know it has been awhile since I last posted ... please forgive
> me. However, I have been busy and now need help to keep staying
> busy. My company is looking for more web engineers. We are growing
> and need to fill the spots soon. We are looking for solid
> candidates that can fill some immediate positions. We are building a
> pay per click management system that works with all major pay per
> click systems (Google / Yahoo! / MSN).
> Job Requirements
> Designs, modifies, develops, writes and implements software
> programming applications using PERL / HTML / PHP / CSS / SQL.
> Supports and/or install software/web applications.
> 3-6 years of experience in the field or in a related area.
> Familiar with a variety of the field's concepts, practices, and
> Relies on experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goals.
> Performs a variety of complicated tasks.
> May report directly to a project lead or manager.
> A wide range of creativity and latitude is expected.
> Ability to work well and have fun with other geeks.
> Company Overview
> E-Harbor, Inc. is a market leader in search engine marketing
> technology and search engine lead capturing services for multiple
> industries, bringing top placement and qualified traffic to its
> clients via partnerships with the top 20 search portals, including
> Yahoo, Google, MSN, and generating thousands of highly-targeted,
> early-market leads for its client base. In business since 1996,
> e-Harbor, Inc has serviced over 56,000 clients through its various
> Compensation And Details
> Aggressively competitive compensation.
> If you have any questions or if I left off any details, let me know.
> If you are anyone you know are interested, please have them contact
> me. The best way is probably through our "special" email address jobs at eharborinc.com
> Dan Sampson
There are some UPHPU'ers (like me) on this list but it might be
beneficial to also post over there as well.
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