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Mid Level Developer/Engineer

at OwnerIQ in Boston, MA   —   Jul 21, 2014   |  
Overview
OwnerIQ is experiencing tremendous growth and looking for a talented Mid-Level Developer with 3-5 years professional experience to join our fast-paced Publisher team. You’ll be part of a tight knit group that thrives on creating outstanding B2C and B2B solutions to drive value for our retailer and manufacturer partners. We develop in Linux using object-oriented PHP 5, the Zend framework and a MySQL database. Subversion is our preferred revision control system. You should also be familiar with HTML, CSS, AJAX, jQuery, and Prototype.

As a member of our Publisher Team, the Mid-Level Developer will help us define and create the next generation of OwnerIQ's consumer-facing web products. This person will also take technical ownership of our flagship website that sees over 3 million visitors each month.

We also like people with an interest in or exposure to internet advertising, behavioral targeting or online marketing analysis -- it’s what we do!
Responsibilities
Off-shore development and technical resources
Work in a start-up environment using agile development
Must have strong communication and collaboration skills with an entrepreneurial spirit
Skills
PHP 5 and Zend framework
Perl and Python scripting
HTML, CSS, AJAX, and JavaScript frameworks (jQuery, Prototype)
Knowledge of MySQL
3-5 years professional development experience
Experience developing in a Linux environment
Subversion version control
Experience integrating APIs for 3rd-party data sources
Akamai or similar CDN services
Working knowledge or basic understanding of SOLR search technology
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