[nycphp-jobs] PHP software architect/developer at Columbia University

Henning Schulzrinne hgs at
Mon Nov 6 13:36:49 EST 2006

Web software architect

Department of Computer Science, Columbia University

Reporting to the Director of Computing Research Facilities, the Web  
Developer handles both the management and technical aspects of large- 
scale web-based software projects for the Department of Computer  
Science; develops specifications, for designing and producing modules  
in support of faculty search, graduate admissions, finances, student  
records, space usage and other core academic and administrative  
functions; coordinates responsibility and workflow, with internal and  
external constituencies, develops software, applications and  
databases; develops testing plans and conducts system and unit tests.  
The incumbent will design, enhance and maintain the department's web  
presence and assist in special web-related projects such as  
conference websites, calendaring and Wikis.


Bachelors' degree in computer science or its equivalent plus three  
years of related experience. Proficiency in PhP5, SQL, JavaScript,  
CSS, HTML on Linux and/or Solaris platforms. Must have demonstrated  
successful completion of projects of significant scope and  
complexity. Familiarity with configuring and administering Apache and  
mysQL. Must be conversant with CVS or other source code management  
systems; must be able to design SQL database schema and web front-end  
and backend components. Ability to maintain flexibility in response  
to shifting priorities in workflow and ability to work on multiple  
tasks concurrently required.

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