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THE ARRAY BLOG

Space has developed on our technical team!

Kristina Crowson, President
Winter is coming, and we have been experiencing a snowball effect of growth over the past year! As a result, the space for another member on our technical team has developed. If you’re an inventive, intermediate front-end developer and want an opportunity to collaborate with a fun & creative team in Nanaimo’s burgeoning tech industry, give us a shout!
 

INTERMEDIATE  DEVELOPER (FULL-TIME)


Necessary Skills:

Intermediate to expert in:
  • Slicing Photoshop files
  • Coding websites using HTML & CSS3
  • Responsive & custom website development
Basic knowledge of:
  • Javascript programming, including use of jQuery and other libraries
  • PHP (can work within PHP based CMS systems)
  • Wordpress, Drupal, or other CMS platforms
 
Preferred Skills:

Experience with Databases & MySQL
Understanding of procedural and/or object oriented programming
Knowledge of SEO/SEM
 
In addition to website development, job duties may include:

Email Management, Setup, and Phone Support
Email Template Programming
SEO Research, Optimization, and Reporting
SEM Management with Google AdWords
Social Media Research, Management, Setup (ie: Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Pinterest)
Occasionally Answering the Phone

What's in it for you:  
  • A clear and direct career path that leads to a satisfying technical career 
  • Positive team environment 
  • Uncapped growth potential
  • 2 weeks paid vacation and 5 paid sick days per/year
  
How To Apply: 

Email resume and cover letter to info@arraystudios.com.  

While we absolutely appreciate the time and effort of all who apply, only those short-listed for the position will be contacted.
Space has developed on our technical team!
OCT 9 / 2014
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