We're looking for someone loves to write beautiful code. Someone who cares about making sites work, and work well. And someone who likes to work for some of the best-known education and cultural institutions around—places like Harvard, Columbia, Princeton, and the Institute of Contemporary Art. You could call this person... a Renaissance nerd.
Your job is to build websites based on detailed technical and design specifications, working in close collaboration with our in-house team and our clients. We prefer a full-stack developer who can handle everything from site-building, theming, custom module development to complex content migrations and software integrations—or is at least psyched to learn these things. You'll also work on our in-house D8 distribution, which we're always improving.
Excellent interpersonal and writing skills
Can stay organized and meet deadlines on multiple projects at once
Experience with most or all of the following:
- PHP (procedural and object-oriented)
- Creating custom Drupal modules and themes (if you have other PHP framework experience and want to learn Drupal, let's talk!)
- Linux and MacOS command line
- HTML5 & CSS3
- Sass or another CSS preprocessor
Bonus points for:
- Active participation in the Drupal community
- Experience in a web development agency
- Shell scripting
- Complex integrations with third-party software APIs
How to Apply
If you're interested in this position, please send the following to firstname.lastname@example.org:
- A brief note explaining why you think you're a good match.
- Your resume.
- A few samples of projects you've worked on (can be URLs or sample deliverables). If you created them with a team, be clear about your role.
- Two or three references.