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Web Developer/Programmer



The CSLP (Centre for the Study of Learning and Performance) is a research centre that develops non-commercial interactive educational tools. Used in schools around the world, these tools teach students specific skills (e.g. literacy, information literacy) as well as how to become strong, self directed learners. The primary goal of our research is the advancement of knowledge and its wide-scale application in order to have an immediate and sustained effect on how our schools, post-secondary institutions and learning organizations operate. Specifically, we are interested in exploring the use of interactive applications in this regard.

We are currently looking for a creative and organized Developer/Programmer to join our team at Concordia University. This individual needs to be able to jump into our development projects quickly.

For full details please see attached document: programmer_posting20100219.doc

Interested candidates should forward a cover letter (with salary expectations), curriculum vitae, links to web sites developed and, if possible, samples of code to the CSLP Director of Design and Production, Catherine LeBel at clebel@education.concordia.ca.