Role: Remote Contract Fullstack Wordpress Developer
Length: 2 Months
Start: Monday 29th November
Austin Fraser is working with a digital agency based in London while they search for a Fullstack Contract Wordpress Developer to work on an urgent project which will be starting on Monday.
This position will be fully remote and outside IR35. I'm looking for a Fullstack Developer who has experience with wordpress development and creating custom themes. This is a large client, so any experience with large corporate organisations would be highly desirable.
Over 5 years of Wordpress development and creating custom themes working on large corporate websites
Experience in WP Gutenberg development and customisation
Experience with Genesis Framework and creating Custom Genesis Blocks
Confident in writing custom PHP scripts for use in themes and plugins
Well-versed in Bootstrap (v4) framework
Expert in SCSS and building frameworks in a modular manner
Confident in Git version control and CI deployment processes over Git push
Experience using NPM and Gulp scripts
Experience with Docker and DDEV or configuration of equivalent local LAMP development environments
Familiar with Figma and converting designs into quality front-end development
Understanding of the technical requirements to meet WCAG Level A levels
Has previous experience working in a creative agency
Familiar working in an agile sprint team but flexible about the approach
Given this role is outside of IR35 and fully remote I expect this position to move quickly, so if you are interested don't hesitate and make an application directly or send me an up to date CV to [email protected]
Austin Fraser is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.
Austin Fraser is committed to being an equal opportunities employer, and encourages applications from candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, religion or belief, marital status, or pregnancy and maternity status.
Due to the volume of applications received, we are unable to provide individual feedback to unsuccessful applicants.