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Re: [webdesign-410] Web Developer needed, full-time or temporary part-time at Lifespan

From: JoeC
Sent on: Wednesday, August 26, 2009 10:35 AM
Would like to apply for this contractor position. You have my resume already, but just in case, it's at


On Wed, Aug 26, 2009 at 10:30 AM, Andrew Shearer <[address removed]> wrote:
We have an opening for a web developer to work with me at Lifespan in Providence, building medical web software and managing a large Intranet and several public web sites. Until we fill the position with a full-time employee, we'd like a part-time or temporary employee or contractor to work onsite, starting ASAP. Please pass this around.


Lifespan?Corporation is looking for a skilled ?

programmer and web site developer to join their award-winning IS ?

department. As a member of the web team, you will create web-based ?

medical and administrative applications using a variety of available ?

tools, including PHP, Python, Microsoft SQL Server, and MySQL. You ?

should have an excellent command of all aspects of web site ?

production, including programming and server administration. You will ?

be operating in a flexible development environment that is open to new ?

technologies and development tools.


Must have a minimum of five years of experience in programming and ?

systems design, including a combination of computer-related technical ?

training and successively increasing information systems management ?

responsibility. Experience in the healthcare sector is a plus.

Must be security-minded and be able to demonstrate building usable ?

interfaces, secure coding practices and thorough project documentation.

Must be comfortable meeting with customers with limited technical ?

backgrounds and be able to break down complex operations to a level ?

they can understand.

Must be able to work comfortably in a fast-paced environment.

Must be able to manage projects, create project plans and be able to complete projects independently.

May be required to conduct training classes with non-technical users.

Graphic design experience preferred but not required.


Equivalent to Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Business ?

Administration or a related field required.? A combination of computer-?

related technical training and successively increasing information ?

systems management responsibility may substitute for a degree.


Five years experience in programming and systems design.

(You may include a resume in PDF or Word format in your email, but due ?

to mail server restrictions, please do not send .zip attachments.)

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