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Web Developer (CMS)
— First development hire!
- Remote with occasional trip to the Bristol office.
- Rewarding project base serving into the NHS.
- Brand-new team, first in-house developer.
I’m helping an established Healthcare business in Bristol to find a Web Developer as they look to bring their development in-house. The business provides a variety of disability aids, working closely with the NHS meaning they’ve been incredibly busy throughout 2020. This will be their first internal dev hire, offering lots of autonomy and growth, reporting into the Marketing Director.
What skills you’ll need
- Understanding of content management systems, happy with either WordPress, Umbraco, Sitecore, Shopify or similar.
- Knowledge of creating traffic to website using Node/Express or similar.
- Any knowledge of PHP, Vue and SQL would be desirable.
- Eye for UI/UX with ability to create responsive/adaptive web designs.
- Cross-browser and cross-device experience.
What you’ll be doing
As the first in-house developer you will be given sole responsibility for creating multiple brand and eCommerce-based websites from scratch. You’ll own the front and back-ends, taking control of UI/UX as well as adding new features and functionalities in line with the visions of the product team that you’ll be connected to. This role sits in their marketing team and upholding brand standards is important; there is a lot of variety which includes managing websites for the business and its subsidiaries. On top of this you’ll be working closely with internal stakeholders in an Agile manner, involving yourself in planning sessions and constantly looking to improve site performance, ensuring all work is tested to maintain quality throughout.
What you’ll get in return for your experience
This role is fully remote with the occasional trip to the Bristol office. They offer flexible working hours, an auto-enrolment pension scheme, 26 days holiday (+ bank hols), ongoing training to upskill yourself, as well as a very collaborative culture with new ideas and tech constantly being integrated. Being in the healthcare space there is also a rewarding aspect to this role, knowing that the work you put in could make a genuine difference to the lives of UK citizens everywhere.
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