Zeta needs a front-end developer to build HTML templates and provide technical QA

Friday, 19 November 2010

Zeta is one of the hottest digital agencies on the south coast. We’re based in Poole: just minutes from the beach and a quick trot from the train station.

Our work demands and client list are growing and we need a front-end developer to code our standards-compliant HTML templates. This is a dual role with an element of technical QA – you need to have a good understanding of the web to help our project team deliver flawless products to our exacting standards.

We are looking for someone who:

  • Can code standards compliant (X) HTML and CSS
  • Loves jQuery (and Javascript in general)
  • Has a real passion for the internet and digital technology
  • Likes keeping up with the latest developments in web technology
  • Doesn’t complain about IE6 too much (but has a healthy disdain for it all the same)

It would be great if you:

  • Work with CSS frameworks
  • Know a bit of HTML 5 & CSS 3
  • Are familiar with Zen Cart & Word Press
  • Have experience in a digital agency environment
  • Can hack some Flash when required

If this is you – and you’re up for working with one of the best agencies since sliced bread – then drop us a line.

Our head office is based in Poole, Dorset:  just 10 minutes from Bournemouth and two hours from London.  This is where you will spend most of your time working. Although you may have the opportunity to work in our London office from time to time.

We also have a dead friendly team that is fanatical about everything digital. They’re a lovely bunch and will make sure you feel right at home. They’ll also make sure you get everything you want out of your sparkly new job.

The salary depends on experience but it includes a bonus and benefits – and you get free breakfast and as many cappuchinos as you can drink. Make sure you let us know your salary expectations so no-one is left disappointed.

We’d guess you’ll have some good experience in doing the things mentioned above. We’d also imagine you’re extremely ambitious and hungry for a role that grows quicker than you can say “Digital Superstar”. You may have a degree, but we’re not that bothered really. We just want to know you eat, sleep and breathe HTML.

If you’re still reading then we’d love to hear from you. Send us your CV, but make sure you mention anything you think we’d like to know about you in your covering email (especially the items on our nice-to-haves list) and don’t forget your salary expectations, some examples of your code and a link to your blog and twitter profile.