ARRL

Employment Opportunities

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ARRL
Attn: Monique Levesque
225 Main Street
Newington, CT 06111
Fax: 860-594-0298
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ARRL is an equal opportunity employer.

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Open Position(s)

  • PRINCIPAL WEB DEVELOPMENT ENGINEER

    Job Category:  Grade 14 /Full-Time

    Classification:  Exempt                                              

    Salary Range:  Salary commensurate with experience

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    ARRL is seeking an experienced “full-stack” web development engineer who can work independently as part of a small development team and supervise external contractor teams in the design and develop of web applications.

    Responsibilities:

    Design, develop, document, test, and maintain web applications and user interfaces (UIs).

    Serve as lead web developer for ARRL’s Logbook of the World project 

    Qualifications: 

    At least 7 years of experience in web development which includes:

    ·        Expert-level web system development on Linux/Unix platforms and experience in all project phases from initial architecture to support of production systems.

    ·        Mastery of  the different layers of web development, including advanced knowledge of :

    o   At least one back-end scripting language: PHP, Python, Ruby, etc.; and one web application framework: CakePHP, Django, Ruby on Rails, etc.

    o   HTML (preferably HTML5), CSS (preferably CSS4) and DOM

    o   JavaScript and at least one JS library/framework: JQuery, AngularJS, etc.

    o   SQL (preferably MySQL)

    ·        Comfortable working with:

    o   MVC architecture

    o   AJAX/AJAJ

    o   XML or JSON

    ·        A familiarity with user experience (UX) concepts as applied to the design of user interfaces

    Education:

    BS/MS in Computer Science, Electrical Engineering,Computer Engineering or the equivalent.