Here's the deal, we'd love to hire a bad ass developer to join the team. We’ve been building some very cool things lately and the demand is only growing. If you like to build custom websites that integrate animations, leverage interactivity to enhance the user experience, and that leverage modern tech stacks, you’re who we’re looking for.
This is a mid to senior level developer position. You will be responsible for building custom websites and applications for our clients. An important note: we're a team that believes in the power of great design (not just how something looks, but also how it works), so ideal candidates will hold themselves to a higher standard of quality and be willing to go the extra mile to get things right.
At least 4-5 years of experience or relevant work history
You've learned one of the new(er) JS frameworks like React or Vue (or, you're a vanilla JS ninja)
A pro with Wordpress, for sure (ACF Pro and maybe dabbled in Gutenberg)—Drupal is great too, but also really be willing to try anything
Solid PHP skills
Master of git
Proficient with bundling tools like GULP and Webpack
Familiarity with local development environments, such as Vagrant, Docker, or MAMP
Know your way around a server
Comfortable with Photoshop/Figma and other design tools
Willing and able to work closely with the design team
Traits we love
You love to learn and try new things
You love to teach new things—help the team understand why we should or shouldn't try the new hotness
Someone that prioritizes the user experience over the easy solution
Someone that obsesses over speed
Someone that is independent—we won't be forever, but we're still working remote for now
Ready to apply?
The agency world is full of multi-talented people. We're looking for a developer, but if have other talents or interests, fantastic—you're just like us! Our hope is to learn about anything you're good at, what interests you, or simply what value you think you can bring to a company like Leverage. You may be a developer by trade, but you also happen to love to write - that's great, let us know!
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