Thanks to everyone who applied for our front-end developer position. We're delighted to have found the perfect person to join the team and can't wait to introduce him to you when he starts in May. Sorry if you missed out, make sure you follow us on Twitter for any future positions.
What you’ll be doing...
You’ll be working with clients and the design team to scope out functionality and implement designs for the web. You’ll have an eye for good design, be fussy about user experience and have good communication skills.
We work in a collaborative, open-plan studio. You’ll love solving technical and design problems using code. We want you to challenge us (and clients) to help build great solutions on time and on budget.
The role is full time and permanent, based in our lovely Cardiff Bay studio. Our core hours are 8:30am - 5pm Monday to Friday. We are flexible and supportive of people’s different lifestyles and commitments. We are happy to work out a flexible arrangement with the right candidate.
If you are a Junior Developer...
We only work responsively, so an understanding/love of responsive web design and the benefits/constraints of different screen sizes is a must.
If you’re more of a Middleweight...
- Accessibility best practices
- Performance best practices
- Security best practices
You’ll get bonus points for...
- JS Framework experience
- Native iOS/Android skills
- Experience of Craft CMS
- Server/Devops experience
- A.R/V.R experience
What you’ll get...
- £22-26k (Junior) / £26-32k (Middleweight), depending on experience
- Long term growth prospects, mentoring and opportunities to lead projects
- Great pension options and employee benefits package
- Whatever kit you need
- Fruit, good coffee/tea and quality biscuits
- Regular Wagamama's. It's kind of a tradition.
How to apply…
Email firstname.lastname@example.org with a link to your work. Plus a CV and covering email of less than 150 words on why you're perfect for the role. We will invite successful applicants to an interview (face-to-face or via Skype). You’ll be expected to present your work, have a chat about your experience and answer a few questions on front-end development. Ideally we'll want to find the perfect person by the end of March. But if it's sooner, that'll be fine by us!