inMusic Brands, Inc. is seeking a Junior Web Developer to join our team! The candidate will be joining our existing web team and will be responsible for assisting in the creation of new websites and web applications. This individual will also be responsible for the daily maintenance of current websites and will play an essential role in developing cutting edge sites, applications, and components that drive inMusic Brand’s many web initiatives.
inMusic Brands,Inc. is seeking a Web Developer to join the team! The Web Developer position requires proficiency with OOP programming in several languages primarily PHP and relational databases such as MySQL. The position demands experience working in a LAMP environment consisting of a broad range of servers, managed and unmanaged. Experience with server interaction via SSH and Expression Engine development experience is ideal.
This position is responsible for demand planning and purchasing of finished goods inventory. Work under general supervision to perform Demand Planning/Supply Chain activities for assigned product portfolio to optimize inventory, minimize cost, and achieve customer service goals.
This is a level 2 help desk support position. Its role is to assist the IT Manager in meeting the organization’s IT needs. A majority of this person’s time will be spent responding to requests submitted to IT via emails, phone calls, and in-person visits. Anytime left over will be spent working on projects to help grow the organization’s technology infrastructure.
Our multi-brand Music Equipment company is seeking a highly qualified & experienced Cinematographer with at least 5+ years in commercial and/or documentary production to partner with our digital production team.
Engineers at InMusic get the rare opportunity to do new product design daily. With short (9-12mo) design cycles and a constant stream of new products, we spend all day doing what we love to do best - designing electronics. We do the hands-on development work some engineers never get to do in their entire career.
Industrial Designers, have progressed past the role of Junior Industrial Designer, so they already have shipped a small number of products and are established as ‘lead designer’ for projects in development. As such they are familiar with all phases of Industrial Design, from creating product concepts to detailing features in conjunction with engineering and product managers.
The Project Manager will be responsible for the scheduling management of a project from concept to production. This person will ensure that all project members are well informed of the project details and status.