|Job Ref:||204731368||Employer:||cv-library.co.uk||Job Type:||Permanent||Country:||United Kingdom||City:||South Devon||Address:||Salary:||£24000 - £28000/annum Work from home possibilities||Post Date:||05/10/2016 03:27|
A stable Digital Design Company is looking for an experienced, enthusiastic and talented Front-End Web Developer (HTML5/CSS3 coder) to help service the needs of their demanding client base. This is a great opportunity to join a stable creative agency offering some challenging work that will develop your own skills-set. Possibilities to work from home for part of the week make this is a great opportunity. |
Above all, you will have built up an ability and understanding of website development that allows you to transform visual designs generated in either Fireworks or Photoshop into compliant, responsive HTML/CSS code that works on the current plethora of devices and browsers.
An appreciation of good design and the importance of the user experience would be seen as beneficial.
This is a varied role for a stable agency. The role and the nature of the clients' requirements will mean that you will also be engaged in the design concepts for new websites, providing support for existing and future websites, data input, client liaison and website upgrades and maintenance.
We are keen to see CVs from candidates able to offer solid HTML5 and CSS3 experience and you need not necessarily be from a creative agency background. Recent Graduates will be considered as long as you can demonstrate good technical experience from studies and / or freelance work.
Send me your CV for immediate consideration.
We believe this role is commutable from various locations across the South-West including Exeter, Exmouth, Dawlish, Newton Abbot, Torquay, Torbay and Plymouth.
prosperIS is a recruitment consultancy specialised in the provision of skilled Web Developers, Web Designers, Front End Coders, Development Managers, Digital Marketing experts etc...
prosperIS and our client are equal opportunity employers. No terminology used in this advert is intended to discriminate on the grounds of age, race, sex, disability etc