'Front-End' Web Developer
- Storm Creative Media Limited
- Southend-on-Sea, United Kingdom
- £18,000-25,000 GBP per year
About Storm Creative Media Limited
STORM IS A FULL-SERVICE CREATIVE AGENCY. This means we have creative, journalistic, marketing and digital media services all working side-by-side under one roof. This approach makes it simple for you and makes the creative process more efficient – whether we’re delivering websites, publications, an advertising campaign or a new brand.
Our contemporary, custom-built studio is home to a 15-strong team of marketing and communications specialists, giving you a seamless level of service on every job.
We deliver real results to all our clients quickly and efficiently – providing you with comprehensive and cohesive solutions you can rely on.
We are looking for a full-time 'front-end' web developer to join our expanding digital media team.
The candidate needs to be enthusiastic, proactive and passionate about programming. And, as well as having a killer set of skills already, you will need to want to learn new talents, understand the latest web development technologies and get to grips with the latest programming languages.
Although much of the work will be ‘backroom’, there will also be times when you will need to liaise directly with clients – in person, over the phone and by email – to help them with issues directly, so outstanding communication skills are also a must.
Finally, as part of our growing team, you will need to work well with other people, as well as take responsibility for your own work within specific projects.
Skills & Requirements
Responsibilities * Report any issues (technical or otherwise) to your line manager * All projects should have a technical specification of functionality written up for client approval before development begins - which you will either handle yourself or work with a back-end team member if there are server/database related technologies involved for the project. * Pro actively discuss new ideas and techniques with your colleagues (being passionate about technology you'll be excited to share what you've learnt) * Be understanding. Sometimes a client can make a poor judgement/decision. We will always advise our clients of our recommended solution, but if the client chooses to ignore our advice then so be it - accept it and move on.
How to apply
If you think you have the right skills and you’d like to apply for this role, simply send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org