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Nate Lagacy
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Sr. Back-end Web Developer - Santa Ana, CA

If you have proven success as a web developer and are looking for an exciting career with a robust company in the dynamic education field, we have an opportunity for you. Our Campus Support Center in Santa Ana, Calif., is looking for a skilled, creative and results-driven web developer to join our Digital Marketing Team (DMT). In this position, you'll help create Web-based communications that drive prospects to our more than 100 College campuses throughout the United States and Canada. You'll work with impassioned employees that recognize the value of post-secondary education and are dedicated to helping students prepare themselves for a better life. We offer an innovative environment and a tight-knit team that is great for self-starters.

The DMT Developer is strong in back-end development but also comfortable with front-end work. Curious, forward-thinking and marketing-minded, you should have experience creating world-class websites, applications, content management systems and databases that support large scale initiatives. This role requires a solid understanding of SEM, web standards, direct response and UI best practices.

Job Responsibilities:
  • Architect and code superior technical solutions using (X)HTML, PHP, MySQL, AJAX, CSS and JavaScript.
  • Build, maintain and query complex database systems.
  • Design and administer web system infrastructures, including security, configurations, SSL, and Linux/Apache.
  • Provide domain administration, including DNS configuration, vanity URL systems, and network access.
  • Create and track campaign codes (IF Adkey).
  • Management L.A.M.P. development, including CMS, Multi Microsite Manager (M3), Sprout and vendor portals.
  • Create and communicate lead business rules.
  • Assist teammates with SVN issues.
  • Deploy work to production environments.
  • Scale and secure large, highly available, data-driven websites.
  • Communicate and enforce coding standard.
  • Actively document coding work.
  • Produce reusable code.
  • Serve as a system administrator of LINUX systems.
  • Manage expectations effectively.
  • Create and execute project work plans and revise as appropriate to meet changing needs and requirements.
  • Suggest and collaborate on feasible system improvements; communicate effectively to identify needs and evaluate alternative business solutions.
  • Mentor those with less experience through informal channels.
  • Maintain legacy systems.
  • Debug and test sites in multiple environments.

  • Qualifications:
  • Demonstrates expert knowledge of (X)HTML, PHP, JavaScript (including common frameworks), Apache, MySQL, CSS, DNS and SVN.
  • Understands complex database concepts as well as the implications of different database designs.
  • Familiarity with the LAMP environment (Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP).
  • Possesses significant knowledge of client server and Internet systems architectures.
  • Understands browser specific compatibility issues.
  • Understands how to communicate difficult/sensitive information tactfully.
  • Ability to diagnose and fix programming issues relating to website operations
  • Direct response focused.
  • Is curious, forward-thinking and always seeking innovative solutions.
  • BS in computer information systems or equivalent.
  • Five years demonstrated experience in Web development and design.

  • Applicants for employment in the U.S. must possess work authorization which does not require sponsorship by the employer for a visa.
    Bear Bibeault
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    Nate Lagacy wrote:Demonstrates expert knowledge of (X)HTML, PHP, JavaScript (including common frameworks ,... CSS ..[/list]
    ... Understands browser specific compatibility issues.

    So, not really just a "back-end" developer position.
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