Infonaligy Inc Recruits HTML5 Web Applications Developer

Posted on :

18 Apr, 2012

Category :

Computer Jobs in Ghana, Web Design Jobs in Ghana

Infonaligy Inc is looking to fill out a position for a Web Application developer to work in a fast paced project, building a web application for a real time gaming platform.

Required Skills or Experience

Applicants must be solid team players with good work ethics, attention to detail and have the ability to deliver projects on time.

Eligible candidates should possess:

  • A minimum of 3 years working experience building Web Applications using HTML(5) Technologies and PHP Web Frameworks such as CakePHP, PHPMVC or CodeIgniter
  • Experience working with RDBMS such as MySQL and MSSQL, with knowledge on building scalable applications using these systems

Extensive working knowledge of client side Web Application technologies including but not limited to:

  • Object Oriented Javascript and Javascript libraries and frameworks, at the very least JQuery
  • Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG)
  • HTML5 APIs, most especially Web Sockets
  • Must be comfortable with development using OOP PHP and 3rd party application libraries
  • Must have working practical knowledge of Source Code Management systems such as Subversion or Git
  • A working knowledge of server side Javascript application development using Node.js or a similar framework is a plus
  • A working knowledge of mobile application development on iOS or Android platforms is a plus


How To Apply


Qualified persons should apply to any of the email addresses below:

Only short listed candidates will be contacted and candidates who pass the preliminary interview process would be required to complete practical development tasks to determine eligibility for the position.
Offer valid till: 16 May, 2012

Anybody asking you to pay money to schedule your interview or offer you job may be a scam

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