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ProctorCam PHP & Java Development Internship Fall 2012 (Fall, 2012)

at ProctorCam, Inc. in Boston, MA   —   Apr 18, 2014   |  
Overview
ProctorCam is a virtual online proctoring service offered to test takers and organizations that require proctored tests. Test takers no longer have to drive to a proctored site or use unfamiliar equipment. ProctorCam provides organizations the ability for test takers to take their exams using their own equipment, at their convenience and at their chosen location.
Responsibilities
ProctorCam is seeking a junior developer who would like to learn PHP, Flash, Java, MySQL and Amazon Web Services. If you know some but not all of these languages and aren't afraid of using Google to find the answer, then we'd still like to chat. The ideal candidate would be someone who can put their stamp on new features, get their hands dirty with identifying and debugging issues as well as help with 3rd-party integrations. Most importantly, we're looking for someone who is enthusiastic about working in a start-up environment and who wants to help us take this company to the next level.
Skills
Prove your skills here: http://smarterer.com/skillsets/join?t=JGFYNnfI
Then submit your scores to us to apply for this position! No need to worry, you can take the tests as many times as you like until you are satisfied with your scores! As this is an internship, the scores will not be used in the selection process, but only as a guideline to assess where your strengths lie as we customize your internship goals.
Compensation
Unpaid, with Stipend
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