Web Developer/Designer Intern

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Ladlas Prince LLC
 Virtual
Posted: January 18 2015
Company Location: Pontiac, MI
Application Deadline: Available Year-round
Position: 4 Full-time, Unpaid (College Credit Required)

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Description

Ladlas Prince is an international group of professional firms, specializing in management services: consulting, auditing, advising, and compliance; along with information technology and security, for small/private companies, middle market, and government entities and program.

Web Developer/Designer (CooP/Intern) for special projects/startups, positioning the Interns for Co-Founder slots, based on a great performance.

Responsibilities

Under supervision, you will use dynamic programming tools and languages to fuel the Web products. You might work independently or be part of a team that builds and integrates interactive Web sites, applications, and services for both our internal and public sites. Your role is to make it work, which means developing Web applications and testing them on various browsers, enhancing and modifying them as necessary to ensure the best experience for the user. As a web developer, you might also architect websites, design data-driven applications, and find efficient client-server solutions

Requirements

Education: Students from an accredited U.S college or university or international equivalent

Experience: Basic professionalism, 1-2 years of general experience in information systems is a plus
Areas of Specialization/Interest: Working on degrees in Web-Design, Computer Science, Information Systems, Business Information Systems or other related scientific or technical discipline

Skills

Required - PHP, Mobile Applications
Preferred - Positive Can-do Attitude, Creative Entrepreneurship

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