[vox-jobs] [JOB] XSLT Developer - Palo Alto, CA to 130k
beau at open-source-staffing.com
Tue Dec 20 20:36:55 PST 2011
This is a full time, on-site, salaried Software Engineer position located in
Palo Alto, CA paying $100,000-$130,000 depending on experience + benefits.
No telecommuting allowed. US Citizens or Green Card holders only please.
Local candidates strongly preferred. Full company details provided to
qualified applicants. Thank you.
* Contribute to evolving the application layer of a new online hosting
platform and their supporting systems (including content and information
pages, searching, linking, customer maintenance applications, etc.) using
industry standard technologies including XSLT, XHTML, XML, XQuery,
* Set down design, architecture, coding and development-quality principles
both by example and by influence.
* Lead analysis, design, and specification, and participate in user
interface development, implementation, testing, and ongoing support.
* Code in a fast-paced environment requiring significant multitasking.
* BSCS or equivalent with a minimum of 8-10 years of relevant experience, at
least 6 years which are as a senior, principal designer or hands on
* In-depth working knowledge of standard semantic technologies including
languages including Java; and scripting languages such as PHP, Perl, Python,
* In-depth experience with established and emerging web standards.
* In-depth experience working with relational or hierarchical database
* In-depth experience developing interactive web applications, web services,
web form data processing/CGI applications, or equivalent.
* Broad technical computing background in computer systems, online platforms
/ technologies, workstation/server systems (Unix/Linux), networking systems
* Demonstrated successful experience with technical implementation,
usability specification, design and testing.
If you are interested in this job, please submit your RESUME and SALARY
requirements to opensourcestaffing|AT|gmail.com
Beau J. Gould
Open Source Staffing
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