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Looking for a Part-Time/Intern WordPress Developer for a digital marketing agency

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  • #1648

    Hakan Sinar
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    Hi,

    We are a growing digital agency located in Mineola, Long Island and there are multiple web development projects we need help with. We are looking for part-time consultants/freelancers with WordPress theme/plug-in development and customization experience. Additional skills with other web development tools and technologies will obviously be a plus.

    We consider the option to add these consultants to our in house team down the road. Also, it would be nice to collaborate in person. So, if you can come and work on-site, even if occasionally, it would be great. The walk from the Mineola station.to our office takes 3 minutes.

    We also will consider interns who don’t have WordPress theme programming skills, but who are looking for an opportunity to get experience in this area. We have plenty of learning opportunities. We expect these candidates to have the base web development skills and experience required for WP programming such as HTML5, CSS3, Javascript, PHP and MySQL.

    You can email me at [email protected]

    Looking forward to hearing from you.

    Hakan Sinar

    #2877

    Dr Ron Suarez
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    Are you looking for two categories of people, e.g. one intern and one developer? Or do you think an intern should already have developer skills?

    The confusion of these definitions in our current economy is highlighted in the new book: “Intern Nation: How to Earn Nothing and Learn Little in the Brave New Economy” by Ross Perlin
    http://www.amazon.com/Intern-Nation-Nothing-Little-Economy/dp/1844678830

    It would be helpful to highlight what you would expect for someone you bring on as a professional developer vs, what exactly you would offer an intern.

    @drron

    #2878

    Dr Ron Suarez
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    Are you looking for two categories of people, e.g. one intern and one developer? Or do you think an intern should already have developer skills?

    The confusion of these definitions in our current economy is highlighted in the new book: “Intern Nation: How to Earn Nothing and Learn Little in the Brave New Economy” by Ross Perlin
    http://www.amazon.com/Intern-Nation-Nothing-Little-Economy/dp/1844678830

    It would be helpful to highlight what you would expect for someone you bring on as a professional developer vs, what exactly you would offer an intern.

    @drron

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