Web Developer

Company Name:
SportsBusiness Journal/Daily
Web Developer Web Developer, SportsBusiness Journal/Daily SportsBusiness Journal and SportsBusiness Daily, the leading publications covering the sports industry in print and online, are seeking a talented web developer to design, create, implement and support web applications, sites and code that further the company's mission and specific business initiatives, including industry-leading news coverage, conferences and
, distribution and sales. This position requires quick, creative thinking and the ability to handle multiple projects. It offers opportunities to learn new skills, platforms and technologies, as well as a chance to significantly influence the company's direction by creating new ways to reach and serve readers, advertisers and event attendees. Key areas of responsibility: Design and build new products and features -- including CMS and e-commerce platform - in technologies such as .NET 4.0, (X)HTML, JavaScript, and CSS Develop and maintain web apps to support internal systems Implement third-party and first-party APIs As needed, monitor web traffic and generate reports plus provide second-tier customer support (e-mail, phone) Train and support writers, graphic designers, and other CMS users A successful candidate for this position will have at least two years of professional experience and knowledge of the following areas: ASP.NET (C# preferred), Visual Studio, MS SQL HTML, CSS, 3rd party Javascript libraries, AJAX CMS concepts Additional experience that is preferred but not required: LAMP Sitecore CMS Version control systems Mobile app development and methodologies Experience with social network (Facebook, Twitter, e.g.) service APIs Image editing applications (Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Fireworks, e.g.) Ideal candidates possess the following qualities: Attention to detail and deadlines. Adaptability when dealing with imperfect situations. Able to work flexible hours if an emergency arises. A spark and enthusiasm for developing the best web sites on the Internet. Qualified candidates should send a resume and cover letter to: . MYK62683JR

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