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E&E is always looking for top editorial talent. If you are a superior reporter and writer -- and you want to cover one of the most interesting policy areas on Earth -- we'd love to hear from you. E&E is not looking for bloggers or advocates. We want serious journalists who are politically savvy, write compelling copy and can't stand being beaten when pursuing a story.
Posted: June 27, 2013
Environment & Energy Publishing (E&E), a subscription-based online news organization headquartered in Washington, D.C., seeks a junior-level web developer to join our four-person tech department.
Working closely with our two senior developers, the junior-level web developer will use Rails, Sinatra, MySQL, Redis, Backbone, and Coffeescript to serve a suite of internal web applications to our editorial and sales staff. We're looking for talented applicants who can work up and down our software stack, backend to frontend, from optimizing MySQL queries to implementing new features in our Backbone layer, and anything in between.
The ideal candidate has a strong knowledge of object oriented programming and a willingness to learn.
In addition, please let us know if you have experience with multiple languages and datastores, are familiar with service oriented design, or have contributed to open source projects.
Candidates should e-mail a cover letter and resume to Michael Abate at email@example.com and be sure to include links to existing applications and/or your Github account.
Based on Capitol Hill, E&E is the leading source for objective, daily coverage of environmental and energy policy and markets. Each day, we produce five subscription-based publications and one video program.
We’re an equal opportunity employer that offers a competitive salary, a 401(k) plan, Metro passes, good health/dental and a fun, fast-paced work environment at a great Capitol Hill location.
So if you are a smart and energetic programmer who enjoys taking on new challenges and wants to build practical business solutions using cutting-edge code, E&E wants to see your resume. You’ll be joining a successful and growing company known as the go-to source for people who demand the most timely and thorough information about energy politics and policy.