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Job offered: PHP Developer

Type: Full-time
Location: Baltimore, MD or remote within US

We’re a successful e-learning company in search of experienced, highly-skilled PHP/MySQL developers to join our team.  You will develop and customize Learning Management Systems (LMS) deployments for major national clients.  This work will include customizing and extending platform functionality as well as integrating with other systems. 


Position:  Application Developer

Organization:  Mosaic Learning 

Web Address:


We are looking for developers who seek innovation solutions, think independently, and who can also work as part of a team.  Client contact is kept to a minimum.  You’ll be working in an exciting, growth industry in a casual-but-energetic atmosphere.

 You must have the following skills:

 - 5+ years object-oriented PHP coding, including MVC frameworks

- 5+ years working with MySQL/SQL Server databases and writing SQL queries


- Coding with Javascript and jQuery

- Some familiarity with version control (pref. Git or Mercurial)


The following skills are also highly beneficial:

 - Knowledge of the Moodle LMS platform

- Drupal/WordPress experience

- Familiarity with SCORM

- Knowledge of Web Services, RESTful APIs

- Advanced Javascript, WebGL, animation, etc.

- Knowledge of Online Learning (eLearning)

- Unity


In addition to application development, we also work with integrating exciting technologies such as Augmented Reality, Unity Game Development, Interactive video, VR Simulators, etc. so you’ll be consistently challenged and given opportunity for growth and learning. 

All applicants must be residents of the Continental United States, and legally able to work in this country.

Entry added by Sarah Wilson - Friday, March 10, 2017, 12:37 AM
Last updated - Friday, March 10, 2017, 12:37 AM