IT & Internet
£18,000 to £30,000 Per Annum
Brighton , Shoreham
Junior Front-End Developer
Location: Hybrid / Shoreham / Brighton & Hove
Salary: £18000 - £30000
Full or part-time considered for the right applicant
A sussex-based web accessibility and development agency are looking for a Junior Front-end web developer. They are looking for a natural problem-solver and a friendly developer with a good understanding of modern web development.
As a Junior Front-End Developer,you will be working in a small, tight-knit team, where you will have autonomy and space to create quality work for a diverse array of clients. Working in partnership with other designers and developers, you will work on the development of bespoke themes and websites from scratch.
Writing well-designed, testable, efficient code by using best software development practices
Creating website layout/user interfaces by using standard HTML/CSS practices
Provide development support as part of ongoing service agreements - new functionality, bug-fixing / performance optimisation.
Skills, experience, and qualifications:
- WordPress theme development
- Top-notch programming skills and in-depth knowledge of modern HTML/CSS/SCSS
- Confident team communicator
- An interest in accessibility and the promotion of a more inclusive web
- A passion for the web with an interest in current trends, techniques, best practices, and web-standards
- Familiarity with website accessibility guidelines and best practices (e.g., WCAG 2.1)
- Experience with modern build-stack tools (NPM, yarn, grunt, gulp, webpack)
Benefits and culture:
- A friendly and sociable working environment in a nice, open plan studio by the sea.
- A Hybrid approach with the option to work in other Brighton co-working spaces
- An employer committed to sustainability.
- A workstation to suit you and other equipment if required.
- Commitment to paid volunteer hours
- Nature days / mental health days
- Annual personal training budget
- 30 days holiday
- Birthday off
- Team social events
- Development conferences and opportunities to grow and learn as a developer.
Additional Resources are an Employment Business and an Employment Agency as defined within The Conduct of Employment Agencies & Employment Businesses Regulations 2003.