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Dec 10, 2016

We are currently recruiting on behalf of one of our client for a position of Junior Developer.

Salary Kshs: 50,000
 

Job Location: Nairobi

Overall Job Purpose: This position develops applications for the group.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Develop in house web based applications for Zeepo Limited
  • Maintain the Atom Group applications including operating system platform, web server and database.
  • Requirement gathering and coming up with System Specifications.
  • Quality assurance (lead testing, performance testing, user testing).
Minimum Qualifications:
  • Degree in computer science or similar
  • Experience in database administration/ development (SQL server, Oracle, or both)
  • Experience in client facing web applications
  • Experience in server administration on windows or Linux server, or both.
  • Experience in web development in php,
  • Html or equivalent web development
  • Experience in project requirements
  • Flexible & adaptable nature
  • Ability to engage at all levels in the organization
  • Ability to understand the business need, and craft fitting solutions
  • Good interpersonal and communication skills
How to Apply

If you are up to the challenge, possess the necessary qualification and experience; please send your CV only quoting the job title on the email subject (Junior Developer) to info@alphalinksconsultancy.com by 16th December, 2016. 
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
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