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  • Chromatic logo

    Lead Web Application Developer

    2 days ago

    Role Summary

    We’re looking for an outgoing and motivated lead developer to join our fully distributed team. We need someone with exceptional communication skills who would be excited to join a talented and tight-knit team in our compelling saga to rid the world of bad websites. A strong portfolio of your best work should be included with your application. We do a fair bit of work with Drupal and other enterprise systems, so experience here is a real plus.

    • Salary Range: $80,000 - $90,000 USD, commensurate with experience
    • Manager: Mark Dorison: CTO, Partner
    • Timeline: We hope to fill this position by the end of April 2021, or sooner.

    Roles & Responsibilities

    • Work closely, and proactively communicate with clients and Chromatic team members on engagements to deliver exceptional code, consulting, and advice.
    • Participate in and lead peer code reviews and project stand-ups.
    • Coordinate the work of one or more developers on larger initiatives.
    • Assist in defining project requirements.
    • Evangelize development/process best practices to Chromatic’s clients and the community.
    • Work with developers of all experience levels and lead by example.
    • Engage with the open-source community via code contributions, projects, presentations, blog posts, etc.
    • Accurately estimating the effort required to implement technical functionality for yourself and others.
    • Maintain authentic relationships with client team members.
    • Attending client on-sites.
    • Conducting technical interviews to identify quality candidates.
    • Presenting yourself in a way that represents Chromatic well.

    What We Are Looking For

    The following experience is required:

    • Strong object-oriented PHP development experience.
    • Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal.
    • Strategic thinker that often anticipates problems before they occur.
    • A proactive mindset.
    • Creation of and adherence to best practices.
    • Working knowledge of HTML, CSS, JavaScript, Ajax, JSON, XML, and SQL.
    • REST web services.
    • Located between GMT-10 and GMT+2 time zones.

    Experience with the following is a plus:

    • Open-source/Drupal.org project/development experience.
    • CSS preprocessors.
    • Task runners.
    • Git and GitHub pull request/code review workflows.
    • Agile project management methodologies.
    • Speaking and teaching on industry topics.

    If you are on the fence about any of the individual job requirements but feel as though you are qualified and would be a good fit for this position, please apply! Willingness to learn, collaborative work style, and core value alignment is much more important to us than checking off boxes. Your application is welcome.

    Some other important traits

    • Chromatic is a completely distributed team – strong communication skills, both verbal and written, are of the utmost importance.
    • The desire and ability to brainstorm ideas, do research, remain current with industry trends and best practices.
    • Enthusiasm, personality, teamwork, and a positive attitude count tremendously. 
    • Candidates are encouraged to include a short, introductory video with their application. Don’t overthink it!

    What sets Chromatic apart from a typical job?

    • Work from wherever you want, whenever you want: Our office is completely distributed, you may work from wherever is best for you. We encourage our team members to work when it is most effective so they’ll do their best work, but we tend to schedule meetings during the North American workday and expect our team to usually be available during this time.
    • Reasonable Bookings: We book our team members with a max of 30-35 hours per week for project work. We believe more than that is asking too much. The other 5-10 hours is reserved for team meetings, community contribution, and professional/skill development.
    • Exciting Projects: Chromatic consistently participates in projects with exciting, high-profile brands and some of the most highly trafficked sites on the web; some of which include Outside Magazine, Martha Stewart, NBC / MSNBC, Shape, Casper, State Farm, Adobe.
    • Workflow: We firmly believe in a strong, consistent deployment workflow. We insist on proper code reviews on all of our projects. This not only ensures excellent code quality but more so, makes us all better at our jobs.
    • Team & Culture: We work and support each other as a team. We make an effort to get together as often as possible and support each other personally and professionally at every opportunity.
    • Flexible Work Week: Chromatic offers a flexible workweek schedule for interested team members when clients/project specifics allow it.

    Benefits & Perks

    • Paid Time Off: Chromatic offers PTO as follows:
      • At hire: 15 days
      • 2 years: 20 days
      • 5 years: 22 days
      • 7 years: 22 days + Sabbatical (see below)
      • 10 years: 25 days
      • In addition to these PTO days, Chromatic offers 5 Sick Days per year and additional time off for events such as jury duty, bereavement, parental leave, and paid holidays. 
    • Holidays: Chromatic is closed on the following US holidays:
      • New Year’s Eve & New Year’s Day
      • MLK Jr. Day 
      • Memorial Day
      • Juneteenth
      • Independence Day
      • Labor Day
      • Thanksgiving Day & Day after Thanksgiving
      • Christmas Eve & Christmas Day
    • Sabbaticals: Chromatic offers a 4-week sabbatical to all full-time employees after their seventh anniversary. Our sabbaticals are intended to allow team members extended time to rest both their bodies and their minds away from work and outside of normal vacation/PTO time and are accompanied by a generous sabbatical stipend.
    • Parental Leave: Chromatic offers the first two weeks of parental leave at 100% pay, and the next 2 weeks of parental leave at 50% pay. 
    • Health Insurance: Chromatic provides competitive medical/dental/vision insurance through United Healthcare, covering 100% of the cost for employees and 25% of the cost for dependents.
    • Disability Insurance: Chromatic offers both short and long-term disability insurance.
    • Life Insurance: All employees are provided with a term life insurance policy.
    • 401(k): Chromatic provides employees a 401(k) plan with a 4% employer contribution (no match required) and immediate vesting.
    • Donation Matching: Chromatic is proud to offer a Donation Matching Program for our team members. We will match donations to a 501(c)3 organization dollar for dollar, up to $50 per month for a total of $600 annually.
    • Hardware: Chromatic encourages our team members to choose the system that they prefer and we ensure everyone has up-to-date equipment/software.
    • Book Allowance: Chromatic supports building your skills - and your library - and grants each team member an annual book allowance.
    • Conferences: Chromatic frequently sends team members to attend and speak at industry conferences. Employees are encouraged to seek out conference opportunities to grow their skills and personal networks. 
    • Company Retreat: Once a year, we gather the entire company to spend quality time together away from our desks – usually somewhere quite beautiful.
    • National Parks Pass: In between retreats explore your country’s beautiful scenery with a park pass on Chromatic.
    • Streaming Music Subscription: Music is important to us; we provide a Spotify subscription (or your preferred equivalent) for all of our employees.

    Hiring Process

    In an effort to remove the mystery around our hiring process, here's what you can generally expect:

    • You apply, wahoo! Thank you for taking the time to do that.
    • You should receive an autoresponder that your application has been received. (If you don't, you might want to email us at hr@chromatichq.com to make sure we got it.)
    • We'll review your application, portfolio and video. We aim to do this within one week of receiving it. 
    • If your skillset, experience and other abilities align with the position and/or Chromatic, we will reach out for an initial meet + greet. 
    • (For technical positions, we may ask for more specific code samples at this point.) 
    • On the meet + greet you'll chat with a member of HR so you can both ask basic questions. This typically takes about 15 minutes.
    • Next comes a second interview - we use Zoom and schedule an hour for interviews.
    • For technical positions, the second interview is focused on the technical side of things. For other positions, we discuss best practices, methodologies, experience, etc.
    • A third interview, including a Chromatic partner, takes place next. We can dive into any remaining questions both parties may have.
    • In circumstances where we have several final candidates, a fourth interview may take place. 
    • At any point in this process, we (or you!) may realize we're not a great fit for each other. If that's the case, we'll try to let you know as soon as possible.

    We understand how much time and effort it takes to submit a thorough application, and we truly appreciate it. If, at any time, you're left wondering what stage your application resides, please feel free to email hr@chromatichq.com.

    Chromatic strives to create an environment that embraces diversity and welcomes applicants representing all backgrounds. Chromatic is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment based on race, color, religion, national origin, age, gender, sex, ancestry, citizenship status, mental or physical disability, genetic information, sexual orientation, veteran status, military status, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local law.

    Chromatic is happy to provide reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities. If you require any such services, please reach out to hr@chromatichq.com.

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  • Creative Commons logo

    Web Engineer

    Creative Commons
    1 week ago

    About the position

    Creative Commons (CC) develops a number of internal websites and open source tools to serve the open community. We also develop and maintain Vocabulary, an open source design system used to unify the form and function of our offerings. 

    The Creative Commons team is 100% remote. This position reports to Director of Product and Revenue, Anna Tumadóttir, and works closely with Core Systems Manager, Timid Robot. 

    As the sole web engineer  on the team, you own building, testing, and release of new WordPress websites and other products, working closely across tech and product initiatives, to keep implementing great experiences and interfaces for the CC global user base. You will also be the primary maintainer of open source code for various projects and help build an active community of contributors around it.

    Primary Responsibilities

    • Support and maintain WordPress-powered websites like creativecommons.org, network.creativecommons.org, and certificates.creativecommons.org
    • Develop new features for users by writing custom PHP code, WordPress plugins, Gutenberg blocks, and more
    • Integrate with and improve Vocabulary, CC’s design system.
    • Build an open source community around CC web properties and tools, including:
    • Participating in conversations with contributors  via GitHub and chat (Slack).
    • Participating in programs such as Google Summer of Code and Outreachy as a mentor on behalf of CC.
    • Writing blog posts, maintaining documentation, reviewing pull requests in a timely manner, and responding to issues from the community.
    • Provide coverage as needed for the duties of the Core Systems Manager.
    • Collaborate with other outside communities, companies, and institutions to further Creative Commons’ mission.

    Qualifications and requirements

    • Demonstrated experience architecting, building, and deploying large consumer-grade WordPress websites and plugins  in production
    • Proficiency with the PHP language and greater ecosystem
    • Proficiency with JavaScript language and ES6 syntax and features
    • Superior HTML/CSS skills
    • Experience with basic SEO for websites (meta tags, Open Graph tags, Schema, Analytics)
    • Experience contributing to designs and familiarity with Figma (or similar)
    • Fluent in English
    • Excellent communication skills
    • Ability to work independently, build good working relationships and actively communicate, contribute, and speak up in a remote work structure
    • Curiosity and a desire to keep learning
    • Nice to have (but not required):
    • Proficiency with Vue.js    
    • Experience with contributing to or maintaining open source software
    • Experience with user testing
    • Familiarity working with existing design systems or design libraries
    • Familiarity with Python

    Diversity & inclusion

    We believe that diverse teams build better organizations and better services. Applications from qualified candidates from all backgrounds, including those from under-represented communities, are very welcome. Creative Commons works openly as part of a global community, guided by collaboratively developed codes of conduct and anti-harassment policies.

    Work Environment and Location

    Creative Commons is a fully-distributed organization — we have no central office. This position is in a remote working environment and you can be anywhere in the world as long as you’re available for meetings between 2 PM to 8 PM UTC. You must have reasonable mobility for necessary travel, and high-speed broadband access. Laptop/desktop computer and necessary resources are supplied. Some travel is required for, among other things, face-to-face meetings and the annual CC Summit, though there will be no CC travel in 2021.

    Salary and Benefits

    Creative Commons is a leading non-profit employer, offering competitive salaries and benefits, including health and wellness plans, annual retirement contributions, and a positive, supportive work environment. The salary range for this position is $75,000 to $80,000  USD (or equivalent).

    How to Apply

    Please email your resume and cover letter as a single PDF to “jobs@creativecommons.org” with the subject heading of “Web Engineer / [Last Name].” Your cover letter should address why you are interested in this job and why you’re a good fit based on the requirements and responsibilities.

    Please, no phone calls and no recruiters. 

    About CC

    Creative Commons is a nonprofit organization that enables the sharing and use of creativity and knowledge through free legal tools. We are a leader in the global movement for free culture and open knowledge with an active global community in over 85 countries. Our free, easy-to-use copyright licenses provide a simple, standardized way to give the public permission to share and use your creative work — from “all rights reserved” to “some rights reserved.” The first phase of CC’s work was about establishing the licenses as standard, and growing the archive. The next phase is building a global movement that will create a more vibrant, usable commons powered by collaboration and gratitude. Today, the global commons stands at over 2 billion licensed works, made up of images, video, audio, datasets, open textbooks, research, 3D models, and more.

  • Capdesk logo

    Web Developer

    3 weeks ago

    As Europe's leading private equity management platform, our whole operation is growing – and evolving – fast. We’re looking for an individual who can join us and own our website, through build and upkeep. Our site is currently based in HubSpot, so that’s where you’ll begin, but we have big plans to integrate our product with our site and take the digital platform in a new direction – something we want you to play a key part in.

    When we listed the very particular things we were looking for in this role, we realised 'Web Developer' doesn't quite cover it all. We're looking for somebody with a curious mind who loves to iterate and hone, someone who is equally obsessed by detail and finesse. Maybe that makes you less of a developer and more of a… crafter? If this concept resonates, then apply now!In this role, your responsibilities will include:

    • Developing our website (currently in HubSpot)
    • Taking responsibility for general site performance and CMS maintenance. You will be tasked with keeping our HubSpot lean and efficient, which includes setting up file naming hierarchies, organising folders and instilling best practice for all our HubSpot users
    • Building fully bespoke page templates, and/or customising theme pages
    • Writing code in CSS, HTML and JS
    • Wireframing and designing new pages in collaboration with our Creative and Growth teams

    Role specifics:

    • Salary: c.£42,500
    • Senior level
    • Fully remote position
    • Opportunity for growth

    For the full job spec and to submit your application, visit our careers page:https://careers.capdesk.com/jobs/1097758-web-developer

  • Barrel logo

    Fullstack Web Developer

    USA Only
    3 weeks ago

    Fullstack Web Developer

    • REMOTE

    Barrel is a creative and digital marketing agency. We work with growing brands to build digital platforms and launch marketing campaigns. Clients include L’Oreal, Amazon, Barry’s, Well+Good, Dr. Jart+, and Scholastic as well as various emerging consumer lifestyle brands.

    We are looking for an experienced Fullstack Web Developer who has worked on cross-functional teams to join our distributed team. Agency experience is a plus.


    • Architect and/or implement back-end technical solutions based on the requirements of the project
    • Conduct technical requirements gathering, technical analysis and development of tech specs.
    • Ensure that correct technology processes are being employed and followed on projects.
    • Conduct research and assist on new business scoping efforts.
    • Provide guidance and training to new members joining the team.
    • Planning features utilizing sprints and juggle simultaneous feature development.


    • Expertise with front-end development including HTML5/CSS3/Javascript
    • Tech Stack: Sass/PostCSS, VueJS, Tailwind, Webpack
    • Expertise with PHP
    • Expertise with WordPress, its APIs and plugins.
    • Expert knowledge developing cross platform/browser (iOS, Android, IE, Firefox, Safari, Opera, etc.) for web applications.
    • Solid understanding of OOP, relational databases, and SQL for implementing database-driven, web-based applications.
    • Familiarity with and adherence to web standards and best practices for performance and accessibility (WCAG)
    • Experience working with source/version control platforms (Git)
    • Experience with shell environments and UNIX/Linux administration—need to know well enough to communicate infrastructure needs.
    • Knowledge of SEO best practices.
    • Proven ability to manage large scale technology projects successfully.
    • Ability to effectively prioritize and execute tasks in a high-pressure environment.
    • Strong communication skills (both in person and in writing) while interacting with individuals with a range of technical understanding.
    • Excellent organizational and time management skills.
  • Randstad logo

    Web Developer – React, JavaScript

    USA Only
    3 weeks ago

    Web Developer (React/JavaScript)

    • industry: Information
    • reference: 827296

    Job summary:

    • location: Cleveland, Ohio
    • job type: Contract
    • salary: $50 – 65 per hour
    • work hours: 7am to 3pm
    • education: High School

    Job Location: 100% remote – team is spread out across the country – need to be a bit flexible a bit for calls but bulk of the work is done between 10:00 AM and 3:00 PM EST

    Why Open:

    This client is busting at the seams! Their business is doing very well and they received a large $150m investment to expand their platform. They are adding an E-Comm component to their exisiting B2B platform to allow for virtual kitchens more easily connect with existing users. The service-layer/backend is already built-out (Python/Django) with Web API – they need a team of Front-End Engineers to come in and build out the UI.

    Key Skills:

    • 4-6 of React Front-End Development experience
    • solid understanding of UI development concepts (HTML5/CSS3)
    • solid JavaScript programming experience


    • Any E-Comm App/Platform development experience (they use Stripe)
    • Python/Django back-end (would not be in scope, but familiarity wouldn’t hurt)


    • Developing the latest user-facing features using React.js
    • Designing a modern highly responsive web-based user interface
    • Building reusable components and front-end libraries for future use
    • Translating designs and wireframes into high-quality code
    • Learn and understand user interactions
    • Optimizing components for maximum performance across a vast array of web-capable devices and browsers
    • Coordinating with various teams working on distinct layers
    • As a React.js Developer, you will be involved from conception to completion with projects that are technologically sound and aesthetically impressive.


    • Experience level: Experienced
    • Minimum 5 years of experience
    • Education: High School


    • HTML (2 years of experience is required)
    • Javascript (3 years of experience is required)
    • React (2 years of experience is required)
    • Web Design
    • CSS (2 years of experience is required)
    • FRONTEND (2 years of experience is required)
    • Git (2 years of experience is preferred)
    • Redux
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