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WordPress Developer at (NYC's PBS station)

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    William Tam

    Hey — come work with me at WNET/Thirteen! Great work atmosphere — we don’t have crazy hours expectations, we have a small and excellent team of developers, we get to work on fun stuff in a collaborative atmosphere, and we love WordPress. Click the link to read more and apply, but I’ve included the highlights below.

    An immediate (on-site), full-time opportunity exists for an Associate Web Developer to complete our team of five. Join our cross functional, collaborative team and help us build award-winning, media-rich Web sites with Mobile First, Responsive Web Design, and HTML5. Expand your skill set to tackle projects that are fun and challenging. Here are a few examples:

    Independent Lens—
    PBS NewsHour—
    THIRTEEN Passport—
    Apple TV 4, iOS, Android Apps
    Single Page Application—
    More examples—

    Reporting to the Director of Technology, the Associate Web Developer will work closely with designers, producers, and other developers in the IEG department of WNET. You will write HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript/jQuery, and custom plugins and themes with PHP on the WordPress platform. You will also work with Google Maps, Twitter, Facebook, and custom WNET and PBS APIs, and develop interactive Single Page Applications. You will work and test on Mac and Windows, and deploy on Amazon Web Services.

    Qualified candidates must have at least one year of experience with WordPress, including developing custom plugins and themes. Candidates must also have at least one year of experience with Responsive Web Design, HTML5, CSS3 and jQuery. Candidates must be able to accurately estimate development time and effectively communicate and collaborate with producers, designers, and clients to develop detailed specifications and deliver robust products on time. Experience with version control, agile development, QA, and browser testing is preferred.


    Thanks, William. I’ve applied and fingers crossed!

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