Web Developer Position

Scott Jackman scott.jackman at gmail.com
Thu Mar 2 08:30:24 MST 2006

Title: Web Developer

Location: Lindon, Utah

Project Description:
iArchives is seeking a Lead Web Developer to design, document,
develop, and maintain web sites. This position is in image/document
presentation industry and requires someone who is up for a challenge
and able to thrive in a fast paced environment working with cutting
edge technology, on a highly visual site with heavy traffic.

The developer will take the creative pieces and develop the pages,
integrating with the our web and production infrastructure . Some
experience integrating Flash animation into web sites (i.e. technical
experience with Flash, not necessarily creative experience) is highly


      ▪ Design and develop web sites and pages to integrate
applications, content, and copy
         from various systems based on functional requirements, wire-frames,
         and creative design
      ▪ Perform site and content integration for marketing efforts
      ▪ Resolve technical issues as assigned through the maintenance process.
      ▪ Support deployment processes through QA to production. May
require work
        outside of regular business hours.
      ▪ Contribute to recommendations on how the company can best
exploit new web and
         other related technologies.
      ▪ Knowledge of software life cycle development, testing and
deployment processes
      ▪ Object Oriented methodology's
      ▪ Ability to research and resolve production application problems
      ▪ Ability to manage processes and associate relationships in
multiple locations.
      ▪ Knowledge of and hands-on experience with of large scale
e-commerce Internet
         web site architecture and implementations based on:
      ▪ HTML
      ▪ CSS/CSS2
      ▪ XML
      ▪ Flash MX
      ▪ PHP
      ▪ Javascript (AJAX)

BS degree in computer science or equivalent

3 - 5 years experience in web based applications development,
Internet, Intranet, and Extranet development in a large enterprise

Please contact sbarker at iarchives dot com if you are interested.

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