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Full-Time Web Application Developer - North Texas

   
9:26 pm on Mar 17, 2010 (gmt 0)

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Dorian Business Systems, Inc., a 10 year old small software company in Rowlett, TX is looking to hire one full-time web application developer.

Our company currently provides 10 web-based data management applications for a variety of markets including contest management (www.uilforms.com) student database and program management (www.charmsoffice.com) PTA (www.parentteacher.net) and more.

We are looking for a bright individual, quick to learn with a good work ethic. As a small business we need to respond quickly to the needs of our customers and the market.

Our core technologies include mySQL, JavaScript and Classic ASP. We prefer someone who has between a working knowledge of these skills up to 3 years experience working with these skills. There will be a bit of on the job training, but we need someone who knows their way around web technologies.

Duties will include identifying and fixing bugs, providing some technical support, extending development in existing projects, and work on new projects.

We are a casual, friendly environment with four full-time employees. Punctuality and the ability to work with others is paramount. Good phone skills are important as you might be talking with existing customers as needed.

This is a long term opportunity with a growing company. We're not Microsoft or Apple (and we can't compete with their salaries or benefits) but the future looks very bright for all of us, if you are the right person.

DO NOT CONTACT US if you are a recruiter or an outsource company.

We are looking for someone already located in the North Texas area - close to Dallas.

Please email resume and contact information to:
Michael Baker
Dorian Business Systems, Inc.
charmsadmin at charmsmusic.com

[edited by: engine at 12:37 pm (utc) on Mar 18, 2010]

 

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