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Web Designer/ Developer (PID: 2641)
Posted On :2013-08-08    
Category: WP Designer | Budget: Not Sure
Company: JPH
Project Details:

Website Designer / Developer
Salary £25- 33,000 dependent on experience
Based in Wimbledon

This innovative online marketing organisation creates web content on a wide range of websites and subjects across various European markets. They are currently looking for a creative Website Designer/ Developer to join their growing team.

Working within a small and sociable team, the role will be responsible for the design, layout and development of a wide range of websites. From an initial brief on content and subjects, this role will include the full process of creating the wireframes, developing the website in WordPress, as well as choosing or designing the imagery and logos. This is an autonomous role which will give you the opportunity to work across a variety of websites and develop your design and development skills in a friendly team environment.

You must have a proven record of developing websites from scratch with advanced WordPress skills, experience with Javascript as well as basic Photoshop, HTML, PHP and CSS skills. The ideal candidate will have experience either within an agency environment, or an onsite environment where they have had to build various different types of websites with diverse audiences. Skills with SEO would also be a bonus.

This is a permanent full time role within walking distance of both district and northern line tube stops. The role is paying £25-33,000 per annum dependent on experience, with benefits including gym membership and a fun and sociable team environment!

 
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