By Amy @BubbleJobs
If you’re reading this blog, chances are you’re looking for a new web development job so I’m just going to get right down to it this week and talk you through our five chosen vacancies in the sector.
Don’t forget; the following five jobs only represent a tiny, minute proportion of the total web development jobs we’ve currently got live on Bubble – do don’t forget to check out our Web Development Jobs page to see what else is up for grabs.
First up this week, Pixelgroup are searching for a Web Developer to join their team in London. Working for a small established and growing agency, you’ll have the opportunity to lead client meetings and provide inspiration and confidence to clients. You’ll also be responsible for new business development, spotting opportunities and suggesting methods and approaches. With this role, you’ll have the opportunity to grow within the technical department and you’ll join a fun and energetic team of passionate people. Sound good? The right candidate will have a strong knowledge of PHP and web applications and will have experience with CMS/eCommerce systems like WordPress and MVC frameworks like Kohona and CodeIgnitor. They’ll also have a minimum of four years of experience, a proven track record of delivering across web, mobile and social media projects for UK brands and a good understanding of HTML5, CSS and jQuery.
Last but not least, The Little Black Book Agency are searching for a Web Developer to join a well-respected web design agency. Based in Chester, you’ll help to produce highly effective front-end interfaces and designs and you’ll help to oversee the front end development output of the design team. You’ll also be responsible for inputting into new business from a creative conceptual perspective and you’ll also keep abreast of the latest industry developments and advise other departments on new innovations and emerging technologies. Sound good? The right candidate will have at least four years of experience with blue chip clients (with a portfolio to prove it), excellent HTML5, CSS3 and jQuery experience and a knowledge of working with GIT. They’ll also need to have a good understanding of Photoshop, Illustrator and Dreamweaver and an excellent eye for detail.