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Web Developer at Berkman Center, Cambridge, MA

by Matt Lee Contributions Published on May 06, 2008 05:01 PM
Experience working/deploying on GNU/Linux Systems running Apache and Tomcat, CVS, IDE's and HTML

The Center seeks a creative, forward thinking web developer. Provides ongoing support to the Center's many research initiatives and related research projects; consults, strategizes and solves needs for web-oriented projects. Works in a team within a fun, dynamic and deadline-driven environment, addressing web and programming needs of research fellows, staff, and faculty working on cutting-edge internet law and policy issues. Designs, develops, and manages custom websites, assisting with deployment into hosted environment and/or client sites. Estimates and plans activities for projects, identifying and resolving gaps between requirements and technical design. Term appointment scheduled to end June 30, 2009; continuation contingent on business needs and funding.

More: http://cyber.law.harvard.edu/getinvolved/jobs

Hours: Full-Time This job is salaried. Nonprofit organization Listed at Harvard.

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