[Commercial] Urgent Opening's in Indusnet Technologies ( ISO 9001:2000 Company)
I am writing to you from Indus Net Technologies, the largest web
service company from Eastern India with more than 120 employees in two
development centres and ISO 9001 certified management process.
Some fast facts about Indus Net Technologies:
1. Fastest growing internet service company in East India
2. 120 + employees in Kolkata and Chennai
3. Largest PHP Programming team with excellent quality standards
4. Largest Creative Design team with excellent quality standards
5. 1700+ clients from 38 countries
6. Excellent salary package and benefits to employees
We currently have several openings in these areas:
1. PHP Programmer
Minimum 6 months experience, project execution capabilities and
experience, Good PHP /MySQL knowledge.
2. Creative Designers
Minimum 6 months experience (freshers also considered), Good skills
3. Content writers
Graduation, Postgraduation in English, flair for writing for the web,
ability to research and good analytical skills.
We have multiple vacancies in all three positions. In fact we will
like to induct as many team members we can get who are qualified for
our positions as our target is to have a team size of 500+ web
designers and programmers by middle of 2008 and make Indus Net
Technologies the largest web design and development company in the world.
If you qualify, please send us your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org with
subject line "INT/HR/April" in the subject line. If possible send
links to your work so that you can get proper attention. If you do not
qualify, please refer this opportunity to your friends and collegues.
Join our dream and achieve what you always dreamt of!
Indus Net Technologies
An ISO 9001:2000 certified company
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