Job Listings for Web Application Design and Development

These Web Application Design and Development postings are for the week beginning October 7, 2019.

Below are Web Application Design and Development local job listings.

For assistance, please tap to email Daniel D’Angelo or call him at 516.796.1000, extension 126.

  1. E-Commerce Associate, Lawrence
  2. Junior Web Designer (paid intern), Port Washington
  3. Web Specialist, Massapequa
  4. Web Developer/Coder, Deer Park
  5. Website Developer, Garden City Park
  6. Application Designer/Tester, Bay Shore
  7. Junior Web/Graphic Designer, Roslyn
  8. Digital Content Manager, Rockville Centre
  9. Communications Associate, Port Washington
  10. Basic Website Content Assistant, Mineola
  11. Website Junior Engineer, Carle Place
  12. Junior Graphic Design Assistant (part-time), Hauppauge
  13. Social Media Manager/Graphic Designer, Great Neck
  14. Sales/Marketing Associate, Whitestone
  15. Junior UI Designer, Manhattan
  16. Junior Product Designer, Manhattan
  17. Front-End Developer, Manhattan
  18. Digital Marketing Assistant/Website Administrator, Port Washington

Are you interested in these job listings and looking to attend a vocational school?

The Web Application Design and Development program at Hunter Business School prepares computer coding students for a career in the information technology field. Hunter’s coding program covers a wide range of technical topics, starting with client-side programming in HTML, CSS, and JavaScript and gradually advancing to object-oriented programming, Enterprise Java, and database design.

The Web Application Design and Development program curriculum culminates with coding assignments using today’s most popular web development technologies, such as Python and PHP, and encompasses e-commerce, content management, service-oriented architecture, and security.

Through a series of hands-on projects, Web Application Design and Development program students not only cultivate an understanding of computer coding and programming concepts, but also learn to work in a team environment, practice software development methodology skills, and prepare a sizable portfolio for their new career.

Career Services

The Career Services department at Hunter Business School does more than prepare students for employment. Staff members help students jumpstart and then advance in stimulating and gratifying careers.

The entire department helps the prospective employee make the transition to the workplace as quickly and easily as possible. All questions about jobs are answered promptly and professionally, and any and all concerns are seriously addressed.

Placement Services

  • Job interviewing skills
  • Résumé preparation
  • Cover and thank you letter writing
  • Job externships
  • Career counseling and support