Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 15, No. 394.
Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King's College London
Date: Thu, 29 Nov 2001 08:18:17 +0000
From: "Rafael Alvarado" <alvarado@Princeton.EDU>
Subject: Job at Princeton
This is a full-time position:
Requisition No. 01-0001980
Princeton University's Educational Technology Center's
responsible for developing code and modules to be
used by other members of the courseware
development teams. This involves writing scripts
using Macromedia ActionScript to be used in
animated/interactive applications being developed
in Macromedia Flash by ETC's instructional
designers. It also involves building interfaces from
Flash to ETC's multimedia database. The latter is
an Oracle database which is currently accessed by a
locally developed content management system
written using Java and Java Server Pages. This
programmer will be helping to expand this system
and to interface it with the more interactive
applications built in Flash.
Position requires 2-3 years programming experience using Java and
developing database driven applications and advanced web pages.
Knowledge of programming tools like
SQL, XML, Perl/DBI or JDBC/JSP. Background in standard procedural
programming such as C or C++
Respond to: Kirk Alexander, Director ETC firstname.lastname@example.org as well
You may e-mail your resume and cover letter as a Microsoft Word or text
file attachment to: JOBS@PRINCETON.EDU , you must include the job title
number in the subject line. You will receive an auto reply e-mail
indicating that your resume was successfully received and you will be
asked to complete a voluntary self identification form online.
Providing this information is completely voluntary and declining to
submit this online form will not adversely affect your candidacy. You
will not receive a written confirmation from the Office of Human
Resources. Please do not mail an additional copy of your resume for the
same position if you have already sent it via e-mail.
Princeton, NJ USA
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