Apple is developing a version of iTunes for Windows, according to job postings on the company’s Web site and Monster.com. “Apple Computer is looking for a Senior Software Engineer to design and build one of our newest Consumer Applications, iTunes for Windows. Must be possess strong skills in the areas of application design, solid API design principles, user interface engineering, and have a strong understanding of customer and workflow issues. Experience with Windows logo certification preferred. Candidate should have a history of successful large volume consumer product shipment.” At Apple’s special event in San Francisco on Monday, CEO Steve Jobs said that a Windows version of its downloadable music service would be ready by the “end of the year,” but made no mention of iTunes for Windows.