PT Drupal/LAMP Developer, Philadelphia, Flexible Hours, Casual Environment, ~25 Hrs/Week
Created: July 31, 2012
Drexel University College of Law Philadelphia0 other recent jobs
DescriptionJenkins Law Library is currently seeking a part time Drupal/LAMP developer to work 25-28 hours a week. This individual will report to the Lead Developer and will work with library staff to support and improve the library’s Drupal website and in-house intranet, invoicing, and CRM systems.
- Assist with database and web application development
- Keep up with web standards and technologies
- In charge of digital photography for the library
- Other Duties as assigned
- PHP 5, MySQL 5 development background
- Experience developing for Drupal 6
- Responsible individual with a sense of humor
While previous work experience at a library can be beneficial for some specific situations, candidates from all backgrounds, including the private sector, are strongly encouraged to apply.
If you have experience with any of the following, please be certain to list it on your resume: Git, Amazon Web Services (AWS), systems testing, Drupal 7, Perl, or other useful skills like juggling or origami.
This employee is free to set his or her own work schedule, anytime during business hours (8:30am - 6:00pm).
Established in 1802, Jenkins is the nation’s first law library. Jenkins is a membership library and also functions as Philadelphia’s public law library, providing services to attorneys, the judiciary, government officials, students, scholars and other researchers as well as the general public. We are searching for an individual who seeks a challenge and wants to be part of a team that is creative and constantly striving to ensure that Jenkins remains an essential and relevant resource to its members and the wider legal community it serves.
Jenkins Law Library is an equal opportunity employer.
Applicants should express interest in this position by emailing their resume to email@example.com with your required hourly rate. Include either a GitHub account with your public commits to a PHP project or a zipped sample of your PHP code.
In addition to the above, if you have any public professional related accounts that demonstrates your development experience and background, please let us know! This includes, a Drupal.org account, or an online portfolio or website.
Last updated: Tuesday, February 28, 2017 23:46 UTC