We are looking for a backend PHP developer that can help us achieve the next level for a new platform for streaming science videos called LABOCINE (labocine.com).
The site uses MVC (Model View Control) model and dynamically generates HTML pages for individual film viewing. The website is currently in beta version but has launched its inaugural issue for the public early August 2016. It currently has about over 1,500 film views and over 100 films in its archive. We are in discussion with production companies, filmmakers and scientists for acquiring or lending new video content. We are looking for someone with a well-versed understanding of SQL and PHPMyAdmin. The LABOCINE website has a custom-built CMS (Content Management System) platform, and we are looking for someone to maintain and develop it further.
- Knowledge in backend databases (MySQL), HTML and CSS.
- Familiar with agile development methodologies
- Familiar with MVC models
- Familiar with Git
- Able to work well in a team environment and remotely if necessary.
- Interest in science and film
- Familiarity with online video platforms, scientific magazines and/or film festivals.
- develop automated tools for front-end/back-end platforms
- Building a subscription system with payment options.
- Recent Graduate or soon to graduate with a degree of Computer Science. At least a Bachelor’s degree.
- Your CV and Cover Letter
- Your Github account
- Your website link is a plus!
Email us material to: email@example.com with title of job description.
Part-time and full-time positons available. Minimum 1 month, maximum 6 months.
Labocine is a new, ever-growing platform for films from the science new wave. From lab footage to documentary to fiction, we will have 1,000 science movies streaming by fall 2016.
An archive, a curated program, a science experiment and more. LaboCine challenges the way you understand, interpret, and appreciate scientific ideas and perspectives through compelling science cinema, updated weekly.
LABOCINE aspires to become one of the largest and diverse platform for science cinema worldwide. Ranging from lab footage to documentary to fiction, we will have 1,000 films streaming in our collection by fall 2016.
Like a neural network, Labocine allows browse through the films and discover how they are connected. A new way to experience cinema where both the process of choosing and the films themselves are scientifically evocative. By experimenting with cinematic form and style, we are committed to provoking scientific intrigue and understanding always ensuring compelling and well-founded narratives.
Periodically, we will be releasing Spotlights online. On the first Tuesday of every month, enjoy our issue selections which complement newsworthy science by proposing a surgically curated online festival. From documentary to fiction to lab footage, we hope to always challenge the way you understand, interpret and appreciate scientific ideas and perspectives. Subscribe today to get your daily fix of scientific cinema (labocine.com).