Web 2.0 Developer job at CACI for State Department

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    We have a great job for a Web 2.0 Developer at CACI. See the description below and let me know if you are interested in applying!

    Work with the State Department’s innovative Office of eDiplomacy to help build and launch an interactive website to support a major
    White House initiative and other ongoing projects including the
    [email protected] blogging program and Diplopedia wiki. Ideal candidate has a
    passion for social media, public/foreign policy and these skills: PHP MVC (Model
    View Controller), OOP (Object Oriented Programming), MySQL and MSSQL database
    experience, comfortable operating server-side in cross platform environment
    (Linux and Windows, system admin experience not required), development
    environment experience a plus, as are configuration and project management
    skills. This is an excellent opportunity to work in a googlesque work
    environment with a great team and supportive customer.

    Technical qualifications:

    · Great communicator with the ability to translate the

    technology to a less technical audience

    · Social media guru (professional experience utilizing social

    media to advance organizational objectives a plus) – a must!

    · Web 2.0 and content management system (CMS) experience


    · STRONG HTML, CSS, Javascript, and PHP

    · PHP MVC (Model View Controller)

    · OOP (Object Oriented Programming)

    · MySQL and MSSQL database experience preferred

    · Comfortable operating server-side in cross platform

    environment (Linux and Windows) (system admin experience not required)

    · Configuration and Project Management skills


    Candidate will be assigned responsibilities that include, but are not limited to, the following:

    · Communicating and coordinating effectively with:

    o other eDiplomacy staff;

    o other offices and bureaus within State;

    o personnel in other Federal agencies (particularly the White House);


    o personnel working for foreign diplomatic missions, both American

    and local-hire staff.

    · Providing strong technical and creative support in the

    troubleshooting of existing web-based technologies and development of new solutions.

    · Helping with content-management duties on eDiplomacy websites.

    · Helping with editorial functions of the Diplopedia wiki.

    · Training users on Movable Type and MediaWiki as required.

    · Administering user accounts and assisting users with common

    tasks in Moveable Type blogs.

    · Administering user accounts and assisting users with common

    tasks in the Diplopedia wiki, which runs on MediaWiki software.

    General Requirements:

    · Requires bachelor’s degree (in Computer Science or related

    field) or equivalent and 5 – 7 years of related experience

    · Must be a U.S. Citizen and able to obtain a Secret level

    government security clearance

    · Working eight (8) hours per day and between the standard hours

    of operation, 8:15 a.m. to 5:00 p.m EST, teleworking every Friday.

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