CSS/XHTML developer, 1 to 3 years experience – Srijan Technologies, New Delhi

Posted on December 4, 2007. Filed under: CSS, New Delhi, XHTML |

Job Title: CSS/XHTML developer

Company Name: Srijan Technologies, New Delhi

Experience in years: 1-3
Skills: Tableless CSS, XHTML Transitional 1.0 compliant templates
Salary Range: Rs.10,000/- to Rs.20,000/- depending upon skills and experience
Job Location: New Delhi

Apply Email: jobs@srijan.in

Contact number: 91-11-26225926/31
Detailed Job Description
We’re looking for a CSS/XHTML developer with experience (maybe a couple of live sites) in making XHTML Trasntional 1.0 compliant templates.

The applicant must be able to demonstrate some live work which passes the http://validator.w3.org/ automated tests.

The applicant could be from a programming or design background – either is fine and useful for us – although we do prefer someone from a programming background with interest or experience in PHP and PHP-based open source Content Management Systems, such as TYPO3, Drupal, Joomla, others.

Would depend upon the speed and diversity of skills and experience you bring on. However, Srijan is quite decent with pay scales.

We have 2 offices in Nehru Place, New Delhi, for which we are looking for these openings.

To apply
In order to apply please send in your CVs to jobs@srijan.in with the subject “CSS/XHTML developer”.

A bit about Srijan
To learn more about us, please visit:
–  http://www.srijan.in/fileadmin/docRepository/A_Better_Way_To_Work.pdf
http://srijanfoundation.wordpress.com/ : Social arm of our company

Looking forward to your response.

Web: http://www.srijan.in
Blogs: http://blogs.srijan.in
CSR: http://srijanfoundation.wordpress.com


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