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WANTED: A front end developer to join our co-operative crack-team of injustice, inequality and poverty fighters; changing the world through building websites and web apps.
- Keen to make the world a better place
- Organised and self-motivated
- Eager to keep on learning and sharing skills
- A great communicator
If this sounds like you then we’d love to talk to you.
We’re a not-for-profit co-op filled with digital designers, developers and campaigners, working with big names like ActionAid, Lumos, Macmillan, Oxfam, Save the Children, The Syria Campaign and many more. If you'd like to join our team and help us to deliver great work then we want to hear from you.
Our Studio is in the beautiful Fazeley Studios in Digbeth, Birmingham - however the role of Front End Developer is also open to people working remotely.
To find out more about our team and culture, see: https://www.dev.ngo/join/
Front End Developer
You will be a crucial part of our team, helping us to deliver our projects and have a big impact on the world.
There’s plenty of technical jargon in here, but simply put, we're looking for intelligent people who have an eagerness to learn new things, and the communication skills to be able to work effectively with our and our partners.
As well as the technical knowledge, we need people that get it—people who are natural problem solvers and know when to yell for support, helping to cut down and simplify complex problems with interfaces that function smoothly with both design and back-end code.
We're looking for the right person over any specific laundry list of skills but here's our wishlist. If you have some/all of these, we'd love to hear from you.
You should probably have some mix of these...
- A keenness to be working closely and collaboratively with backend developers and designers
- A love for clean, hand-coded semantically marked up HTML 5
- A passion for CSS, including Sass
- An understanding of working with git and core principles of UX and UI
- Experience with coding for accessibility
- Comfort translating designs from Sketch and Invision
- Proven experience
We also like talking to people who enjoy...
- Working in an agency environment (albeit a not for profit one!)
- Semantically marked up HTML
- Optimising page speed for the right level of performance
- Caring about accessibility
In return you'll get...
- A salary of £27,000 - £36,000 per annum in line with your experience and responsibilities. You can read more about the thinking that shapes our salary structure in our Pay Principles and see the specific details on how a salary is determined in How We Do Salaries.
- The opportunity to work with world-leading charities to change the world
- Flexible paid leave
- A workplace that is both fun and supportive
- Great hardware
- Beautiful studio space at Digbeth’s Fazeley Studios (or the flexibility to work remotely)
- Optional membership of the Developer Society co-op, giving you democratic input into the running of our organisation, including electing representatives and voting rights. This is something that sets us apart.
It's simple! Send us your cover email and CV and tell us why you'd love to work with us at DEV. What we'd really like to see is some code you've written, a GitHub/GitLab/Bitbucket profile, or links to sites you've worked on.
Applications for this hiring round will be taken until Wednesday 19th of June at 9AM (UK). We will try to let you know about next steps as soon as possible but we can't always reply to everyone as quickly as we would like.
We want to find out more about you and are really interested in you being a good fit for our team. Tell us something interesting about yourself: what’s your favourite board game? Tell us about your opinion on the divergence of the Game of Thrones TV show from the books. Do you think Snape is a goodie or a baddie? Or all of the above!
We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity in our team. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, colour, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status and we actively encourage and welcome applications from under-represented groups.
If you think you have what it takes to join our great team of designers, developers and campaigners, we’ll quickly arrange a meeting with you to chat about this opportunity.
Apply to email@example.com with 'Front End application' as the subject line and we'll get back to you shortly.
We have no involvement with emailing or cold calling agencies, so if that’s you, please don’t get in touch. If we change our minds one day, we’ll let you know.