Female Assistant Programmer at Go Sheng

On Thursday, June 6th, 2013
Assistant Programmer
Go Sheng is a social enterprise that seeks to preserve and demystify the Sheng language and culture, as well as use it as a tool for civic education and social justice.

We are looking to recruit a FEMALE candidate, between 23-27 years, to fill an assistant programmer position.

Responsibilities

  • Work with internal teams to understand requirements and technology and develop solutions
  • Presenting ideas for system/websites improvements
  • Testing the solutions in controlled, real situations before going live
  • Maintaining the systems once they are up and running
Programming Background
  • Strong Understanding of PHP and MySQL
  • Strong understanding of object-oriented programming & design principles
  • Integration of PHP with social media platforms is an added advantage
  • Strong understanding of JQUERY MOBILE and HTML5 is a plus
The ideal person must possess the following qualities:
  • Result-oriented, Passionate, Integrity, Dynamic
  • Focus, energy and enthusiasm for creating ground-breaking and high-quality software and website products
  • Excellent analytical skills, and be able to act on your own initiative
  • Team player who works collaboratively with other programmers, architects, testers and program managers
  • Self-starter who excels in a culture that is young, vibrant, customer-driven and demands nothing less than technical excellence
  • Strong sense of ownership and proven delivery record

Experience required and qualifications:
  • At least 2 years active software/Web development experience
  • Good First Degree  will be an added advantage
Only female candidates who qualify should send their CV’s to [email protected] before 15th June 2013. 
No certificates are required at this point.
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