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About the job

We work with high-calibre organisations across a broad range of market sectors. Our clients include W5, Van Morrison and The MAC, Belfast. Your role as a Front-End Developer will involve working closely with design & development teams to deliver the highest of quality website solutions for a range of forward-thinking clients. You will be required to liaise with customers, both during website development and post-launch. You will also use brainstorming and UX techniques to solve problems in an innovative way.

About you

We are on the hunt for an agile developer with a wealth of HTML, CSS, jQuery and PHP experience. This is a role for someone who will thrive on the responsibility of developing robust and flexible CMS and who can produce high quality, reusable code to meet multiple client deadlines.

Must-have skills

  • A minimum of 2 years experience would be required
  • HTML, CSS, and jQuery
  • Experience collaborating with UX/UI designers to produce beautiful, functional and accessible websites.
  • Solid commercial experience designing and implementing PHP applications
  • Passionate about development with high attention to detail
  • CMS experience - We currently use Craft CMS but would consider experience with any PHP based CMS

You will also need to be able to...

  • Provide reliable time estimates for project work
  • Have the ability to work under pressure and to tight deadlines
  • Report progress to Project Managers on a regular basis
  • Demonstrate evidence of a strong track record of working similar projects
  • Stay at the forefront of the web industry and incorporate new approaches and ideas
  • Provide examples of innovative and successful projects in which you have played a central role

What you’ll get in return

The winning candidate will enjoy:

  • A competitive salary to be determined based on experience
  • 31 days annual leave including bank holidays
  • Company Pension Scheme
  • Regular appraisals and personal development plans
  • Training opportunities to develop your existing knowledge further – including access to courses and books
  • Regular staff outings and team building events
  • A friendly, close-knit workplace where everyone knows your name – and how you take your coffee
  • Relaxed dress code
  • Paid social events
  • Flexible/Hybrid working
  • Private Health Insurance