Up to £41250.00 per annum + Excellent benefits
4 days ago
If you're a talented Front End Web Developer looking to use your skills for social good, then we've got the perfect opportunity for you working for a fantastic charity that provides a range of wellbeing services and person-centred support to servicemen, women and their families.
Working as the intermediary between a digital agency and the charity's marketing team, you'll lead the design, development and testing of web properties to ensure they offer marketing leading experiences and engagement opportunities for beneficiaries, supporters and volunteers.
You'll be responsible for architecture, design and development of websites and landing page experiences; building a collaborative relationship with the CRM team in order to develop solutions that complement and enhance performance across properties and systems.
On our 'wish list' (and we'd love you to have all this and more if you're going to apply):
* Expert understanding of UX principles across desktop and mobile devices.
* Exceptional UI design skills and experience using Adobe XD or similar.
* Strong skills with PHP within a WordPress context or similar CMS.
* Advanced hand-coding skills with HTML5 & CSS3.
* Strong awareness of web security standards and front-end development best practice.
What do you get in return? The chance to use your skills to improve people's lives, flexible working and a supportive culture where you'll be genuinely cared for.
The charity provides some fantastic staff benefits including, 36 days p/a of annual leave, enhanced maternity and paternity pay and up to 10% pension contribution.
This role is homebased with travel required to Leicester for meetings & training where needed.
For more information on this exciting opportunity, please contact Ellen Drummond.
Please note we are looking to move quickly with this opportunity so please get in touch ASAP to avoid disappointment.
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