DotNetNuke Job at University of Florida

University of Florida & DotNetNuke

What do alligators, gators, and DotNetNuke have in common?  The University of Florida!  That’s right…  The University of Florida – or Florida to most of you – is looking for a talented DNN developer to build some state-of-the-art applications.  This is not a remote gig.  You need to move to or live near the university.

The University of Florida has been a long time supporter of DotNetNuke.  They are the team behind the popular Shibboleth Authentication Provider.  People such as Nik Kalyani, DNN Corp co-founder, have been onsite doing consulting in the past.  Now it’s your turn to help them build the next generation web applications using your favorite CMS and application framework! 

Here is the official job description:

The UF Office of Research has a web developer/web designer opportunity for an innovative individual that would like to participate in rebuilding current administrative applications, and designing and creating new web applications at the University of Florida using state of the art tools. These applications will be modules used in our DotNetNuke intranet. This development will focus on building high performance highly interactive mobile friendly web applications to access our SQL Server databases using client side binding, server side binding, and web service binding. We will be using state of the art tools including Knockout JS, jQuery, Javascript, Telerik controls, CSS, vb.net, C#.net and others. This is a full time position that provides excellent benefits and a flexible work environment. You can find more information about this position by emailing Cheryl Bearden at cbearden@ufl.edu. In addition, the official job description is posted here: https://jobs.ufl.edu/postings/33827. Any new tools, ideas, experiences, module experience, etc. that you can bring to the table will be considered as we are open to pursuing the latest and best technologies available in rebuiding and building our new applications. This is primarily a module developer position but skinning and design experience is also highly valued. Please contact us soon if you are interested in this position.

I don’t know about you, but this definitely sounds like a great job to have, and in one of the most fun college cities in the US.  Happy job hunting!



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