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    Help with Web Developers

    I hope this is kosher that I post this, but I wanted to see if I could help any Cyclones out with a job. I am a Recruiter and have Web Developer jobs for people with Sitecore. You can work from home from anywhere in the US. Based in MPlS

    If I can help you out email me at tony.ruiz@katchllc.com


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    Re: Help with Web Developers

    What skill-set are you looking for? Java/.Net etc.


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    Re: Help with Web Developers

    Do you have an email I can send a job description to?


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    Re: Help with Web Developers

    do I have to purchase a dvd welcome package for $300?



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    Re: Help with Web Developers

    No. But I do have high quality Uniforms. If you are into Cricket or Minor League Hockey.


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    Re: Help with Web Developers

    Quote Originally Posted by ThatllDoCy View Post
    Do you have an email I can send a job description to?
    No, I'm not interested but if you provided some more information maybe someone on here would be.


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    Re: Help with Web Developers

    if the position can be done part-time, and is primarily .Net I might be interested



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    Re: Help with Web Developers

    Sorry no part time. here is a Description:

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    Our Client has led in the design and implementation of more than 100 web content management applications serving Fortune 1000 companies and other large organizations across a broad range of industries. Clients look to us as a full-service web solutions partner, helping to solve problems and create opportunities through web technology.
    Our promise is to deliver right-sized web solutions on time and on budget that empower our clients to own their web. We care about meeting our client’s needs and gaining their satisfaction every step of the way. Our door is always open…let the conversation begin.
    We are looking for somebody with the following experience:
    Develop sites using Sitecore CMS following best practices SDLC
    Integrate the CMS with various search engines, external systems and Sharepoint as needed
    Customize workflows
    Write quality documentation to support work
    Write unit and automated web tests to validate the system
    Reliably estimate development time for key deliverables
    Communicate effectively with client stakeholders and project team about deliverables, open issues and requirements.
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    2+ years development experience
    Fluent in .Net, preferably with a Microsoft certification
    Experience developing with modern CMS software with at least one Sitecore implementation
    Experience with XML and XSLT
    HTML and CSS
    System modeling and analysis
    Automated test writing
    Good written and spoken communication skills
    Ability to meet project timelines and budgets
    Ability to collaborate with peers on a project to meet client needs


    Forgive me Architect I sent it to you, you can disregard.


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    Re: Help with Web Developers

    I take it by your name and pic you must do Sheep dog trials. I've always been a big fan of Border Collies.



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    I live in Chicago so no Trials for me. Just herding airplanes landing at O'Hare for now.


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    Re: Help with Web Developers

    Quote Originally Posted by ThatllDoCy View Post
    Sorry no part time. here is a Description:

    Developer
    Our Client has led in the design and implementation of more than 100 web content management applications serving Fortune 1000 companies and other large organizations across a broad range of industries. Clients look to us as a full-service web solutions partner, helping to solve problems and create opportunities through web technology.
    Our promise is to deliver right-sized web solutions on time and on budget that empower our clients to own their web. We care about meeting our client’s needs and gaining their satisfaction every step of the way. Our door is always open…let the conversation begin.
    We are looking for somebody with the following experience:
    Develop sites using Sitecore CMS following best practices SDLC
    Integrate the CMS with various search engines, external systems and Sharepoint as needed
    Customize workflows
    Write quality documentation to support work
    Write unit and automated web tests to validate the system
    Reliably estimate development time for key deliverables
    Communicate effectively with client stakeholders and project team about deliverables, open issues and requirements.
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    Fluent in .Net, preferably with a Microsoft certification
    Experience developing with modern CMS software with at least one Sitecore implementation
    Experience with XML and XSLT
    HTML and CSS
    System modeling and analysis
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    Good written and spoken communication skills
    Ability to meet project timelines and budgets
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    Forgive me Architect I sent it to you, you can disregard.
    It's funny how many acronyms and buzz words get thrown in IT job descriptions (resumes too I suppose). At least you don't have "cloud" somewhere in there:)



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    Re: Help with Web Developers

    Quote Originally Posted by 1100011CS View Post
    It's funny how many acronyms and buzz words get thrown in IT job descriptions (resumes too I suppose). At least you don't have "cloud" somewhere in there:)
    What I think is funny is how specific some of the job postings get. This one isn't as bad as some. To make an analogy, a job posting for a quarterback might read something like this: 6'4", cannon arm, 4.3 40ydd, 34 act, 4.0 gpa... etc. It's like they're describing one specific person in the entire world. I understand they don't want people applying for the job that aren't qualified, but man it's depressing as an applicant to measure yourself up against 100 "requirements".



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    Re: Help with Web Developers

    I once built a website on Geocities. I think that makes me qualified.



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    Re: Help with Web Developers

    Quote Originally Posted by nrg4isu View Post
    What I think is funny is how specific some of the job postings get. This one isn't as bad as some. To make an analogy, a job posting for a quarterback might read something like this: 6'4", cannon arm, 4.3 40ydd, 34 act, 4.0 gpa... etc. It's like they're describing one specific person in the entire world. I understand they don't want people applying for the job that aren't qualified, but man it's depressing as an applicant to measure yourself up against 100 "requirements".
    I understand what you're saying but I also can understand that they don't want to bring someone in that doesn't know how to work with the technology they're using. Training is expensive.



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    Re: Help with Web Developers

    You cast a wide net in the hiring process, and Managers have long wish lists. And yes not all of them are based on reality.


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