Front End Developer - WFH/ Domain

Starts October
Duration 1 Year + Possible Extension
Status Freelance
Rate Up to $59 an hour
Our exciting internal agency is looking for TWO strong Front End Developers! This role will be 40 hours a week for 12-months and has the possibility to extend.

This role is currently WFH, but will be back ONSITE when deemed safe.

The Front End Developers must have at least 4+ years' experience as a minimum, a Bachelor's degree and skilled in Drupal is a big plus!

The Front End Developers will be responsible for the following:

- Building user-friendly web pages, emails and assets as assigned.
- Coding with a mobile first approach and ensuring all designs are built for responsive sites.
- Working with UX designers, UI designers and Content to ensure the scope of the work is feasible to build.
- Converting layouts built by the designers to working pages
- Helping guide best practices within Drupal for the internal teams and ensuring that it is built correctly within the CMS
- Being collaborative and bringing ideas to the table on how to develop pages
- Optimizing/ QA pages
- Self- managing projects against deadlines and timelines

Technical Requirements:
- CSS3
- JavaScript
- Drupal or similar CMS
- jQuery
- Photoshop and Sketch for converting to working pages

Submit resume (and samples if applicable) to:

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