Trinity Seeks Web Developer
Trinity Consulting (www.trincon.net), a provider of comprehensive IT consulting services that also partners with Trinity Communications to produce Catholic websites, is seeking a Web Usability Developer to join its staff.
Trinity Communications and Trinity Consulting have collaborated to bring you such sites as CatholicCulture.org and CWNews.com. We have also produced web sites for EWTN, the Knights of Columbus (Supreme Council), Catholic Distance University, the March for Life, and others.
Trinity Consulting (located near Manassas, VA) currently has an open position for a Web Usability Developer. Details may be found at our web site by visiting http://www.trincon.net/jobs. A brief description of the position may be found below.
Please circulate this message as widely as possible to aid us in our employee search!
Thanks and God bless,
Peter Mirus Vice President
Web Usability Developer
Trinity Consulting is seeking an experienced web usability developer to round out missing areas of expertise and capabilities in our web design / programming team.
Prospective employees must be self-starters, capable of finding a way to contribute to projects with their expertise.
Must be an expert in:
- XML, including as relating to RSS and Atom.
- ASP / VBSCRIPT
Applicants must meet the following criteria:
- Have at least three years of professional experience.
- Provide samples of relevant work (including code samples).
- Provide both professional and character references.
- Be a faithful Catholic of good standing, giving assent to all of the doctrinal teachings of the Catholic Church.
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