Published on May 12th, 2013 | by Amy Edwards0
Bubble Wrap-Up: Top 5 Web Developer Jobs
By Amy @BubbleJobs
We don’t know how it has happened but somehow Sunday has rolled around again which means it’s time for the latest Bubble Wrap-Up.
This week we’ve decided to shine the spotlight on web developer jobs. Don’t forget though, these are just a small selection of the amazing web development vacancies we’ve got up for grabs on Bubble right now – don’t forget to visit the jobs board to see what else is available!
Next in line, McCann Manchester (the UK’s largest and most successful integrated marketing communications agency) are searching for a new .NET Developer – midweight to join their Digital Team in Prestbury. Working with some of the most creative minds in the industry, the successful candidate will work on challenging and cutting edge projects and will have day to day responsibility for programming design and development decisions on their own projects whilst contributing ideas to other projects. Sound good? To be shortlisted for this role, you’ll need to be an expert in all things ASP.NET, C#, SQL Server and XML, have experience in a previous .NET role and have previous agency experience. Other essentials include a university degree or equivalent with formal computing/programming qualifications, great communication skills and a thorough knowledge of development environments, in particular Visual Studio.
Last but not least, OPM Response are searching for an Online NoSQL Developer to join an esteemed developer in Horsham, West Sussex. Responsible for owning certain aspects of the online offering, including architecture, interface design and implementation and testing, the successful candidate will help to create development breakdown and schedule in collaboration with producers and leads, drive test plans and offer implementation solutions for design-led requirements. Sound like your cup of tea? You’ll need to have experience in the Erlang language and C++, a knowledge of working with relational SQL data and high performance NoSQL stores and a strong interest in video games and their inner workings.