Senior PHP / AWS / JS full-stack web developer
May 18, 2017
We’re a Denver-based digital marketing company currently operating over 1100 sites off of a multi-tenant PHP platform running in Amazon Web Services. We’re moving our rapidly-scaling development team into Albuquerque and are looking for local talent to start the team here. We need experienced full-stack PHP / JS developers for a fast-paced, high-stakes production environment that spans many different frameworks and code bases.
We're looking for the best talent this town has to offer and are offering compensation to match. This is a local salaried position in Albuquerque, with occasional travel to Denver.
We run a small, lean team, which means things move quickly and our people need to be flexible and enjoy excitement. We’re in the process of making major changes to our architecture, and need developers who can see a technical framework from a big-picture perspective, offer advice and guidance on the direction that architecture should go, and then implement large-scale foundational changes to that framework, and then could jump immediately over to an emergency fix for a front-end form validation in jQuery on a site that’s currently receiving heavy production traffic.
As a team, we’ll be choosing where to establish our office, how to structure our team, etc. as we go along. We’ll have the flexibility and excitement of a startup with the funding of an established company.
* Detailed understanding of object-oriented programming concepts such as encapsulation, dependency injection, DRY code, etc.
* PHP up to v7.0
* Experience in MVC frameworks, particularly Laravel (there will also be legacy work in CakePHP v2, but hopefully not for much longer)
* MySQL (other DB experience, such as Redis, MongoDB, etc. is a plus)
* Ubuntu server terminal
* HTML5 / CSS3
* In-depth understanding of version control with git, including resolving merge conflicts, reverting bad commits / merges, branch management, pull requests, etc.
* Amazon web services (EC2, Route 53, elastic beanstalk, cloudfront, S3, CloudWatch, etc.)
* Atlassian software, particularly BitBucket and Jira
* Focus on writing beautiful, clean, readable code
* Writing clear and thorough technical documentation
* Automated testing experience with PHPUnit or other PHP testing libraries
* Real production experience with deployment, server provisioning, etc.
* Setting up and using VMs with Vagrant
Send a resume and code samples / links to projects to which you've contributed.
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Systems Security Analyst
ECHO Institute - UNM Health Sciences Center
Feb 16, 2016
Project ECHO has an exciting new opportunity in our ECHO IT team for a Systems Network Analyst. The successful individual will be an integral part of our programming team and will perform as a skilled senior back-end programmer who specializes in managing our infrastructure and securing our applications and data. This is a combined Sysadmin / Developer position, known as "DevOps." The primary duties of this position consists of; protecting applications and data from accidental loss or deliberate attacks; maintaining service ability; automating everything possible; managing data backups; migrating data securely; and developing and enforcing our internal security policies.
Experience hosting software applications in a cloud environment, such as AWS
Familiarity with one or more automation frameworks such as Chef, Puppet, Ansible
Experience with intrusion detection and monitoring, and use of systems such as OSSEC
Experience with PHP security best practices
Experience with modern encryption methods; have a good understanding on their strengths and limitations
Excellent communication and leadership skills
Project ECHO® (Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes) at the University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center (UNMHSC) is committed to developing the capacity to safely and effectively treat chronic common and complex conditions in rural and underserved areas, and to monitor outcomes of this treatment. Project ECHO is funded in part by a grant from the GE Foundation, the Helmsley Charitable Trust and has received support from the New Mexico Legislature, the University of New Mexico, and the New Mexico Department of Health.