Web developer, £40-£45K

William JosephRemote-first (London office)15 days ago

Salary: £40-£45K – depending on experience

Location: Remote-first (UK-based)

Type: Permanent, full-time – with the option to work flexible hours


Who we are

We are a digital and branding studio that enjoys creating solutions which actually work, for the most important organisations in our society. Our clients are almost all charities, universities or social enterprises.

 

We’re a small but effective team that collaborates constantly. We can handle complex briefs, because all our people operate at a high level, whilst being expert in the best practices that produce great creative work.


Who we’re looking for

We’re steadily growing our team and eager to bring new voices and perspectives on board. As more and more of our work is being delivered through digital, we need development expertise to be a bigger part of the team.


There are no specific qualifications listed for this role. We are more interested in your experience and attitude than where you learned your skills.


Things you might find yourself doing

  • Creating an integration between a charity’s website, CRM and donation payment provider
  • Sending information captured through a charity’s digital referral journey to their CRM and email systems
  • Developing a data capture tool that provides users with bespoke information depending on the information submitted
  • Building Wordpress or Craft templates, from Figma or Adobe Creative Suite files
  • Deploying a site you’ve built from a staging environment to live
  • Advising on the accessibility of design choices through the development process
  • Turning content wireframes into front end code to take to user testing
  • Working on a backlog of change requests and bugs, for a site launched 3 months previously 


We want to hear from you if you

  • Are an all-rounder with experience in working across front and back end projects
  • Are experienced in working with a number of different PHP based content management systems - ideally with experience in building sites through Wordpress and Craft
  • Have developed scripts connecting different digital systems through APIs or other mechanisms 
  • Can create HTML/CSS/JS templates for others to integrate with
  • Are interested in build tools like Webpack or Gulp and CSS preprocessors like Sass
  • Are an effective communicator who thrives off working collaboratively
  • Have the ability to work to tight deadlines on your own or within the team
  • Possess great organisational skills
  • Have fine attention to detail


What our clients say about our work

“William Joseph are the first digital agency I’ve worked with that actually deliver what you need, give the right amount of challenge, and work in partnership with us as an extension of our team.”


“William Joseph have felt more like an extension of our team throughout the process; happy to challenge when needed but always pushing the project forward. We couldn’t be happier with the end result.”


What our team say about working here

"Working at William Joseph means being part of a talented team who all love what they do. Everyone’s creative and driven, which is inspiring to be around. We also do plenty of social things together, like visiting exhibitions and having team lunches, mostly during work hours. I genuinely enjoy coming to work every day”


What other benefits you’ll get

  • Training and active support to develop skills and progress within the team
  • Flexible working approach - choose working patterns that suit you
  • Fully remote (with occasional visits to London office)
  • Regular team activities to build relationships and take a break from work


How to apply

We've developed a unique application process with Collaborative Future, which will ask you to share the following with us:


  1.  Examples of two live websites or applications that you have developed and are proud of. Sharing why you are proud of them and providing  bullet-point list of some of the technology and approaches you applied in these builds
  2. An example of a project you developed in collaboration with others (it can be the same as the above) and what you felt made that collaboration work well.
  3. An example of a technical challenge you’ve encountered on a recent project and what your learned that experience which you think is relevant to this role


If you're interested in the role please apply here. If you have any issues accessing Typeform please get in touch.


If you would like to find out more then email tessa@collaborativefuture.co.uk.

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