Dynamic, creative Intermediate or Senior Front End Developer

  • Auckland

We are small but we pack a punch. Our studio continues to grow with every new project and we really need a superb Intermediate or Senior Front End Developer asap.

We've been around the traps for awhile and we pride ourselves in creating impressive content that combines digital prowess with new and exciting technology, come join our team.

You will be working across a one really big development and a number of other smaller projects within an agile problem solving team.

You'll need to have at least 3 - 5 years experience in the skills below - but if you are an advanced intermediate and are ready to take your career to the next level this job is for you.

* Solid experience with HTML5, CSS, JavaScript and PHP frameworks

* CMS

* Angular js

* Drupal 8

* Good understanding and previous commercial experience with GIT

* Excellent time management who can work well autonomously

Preferably based in Auckland, contract with a possibility of being full-time in the future.

If this sounds like you we'd love to hear from you - email your CV & Cover letter to ponsonbycreatives@gmail.com

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