We’re growing our team and are searching for our next United States-based colleague, a contractor who can work at least 10 hours/week to start. We intend for this to develop into a full-time role.
We're looking for the right human to join us, whether mid or late in a career, west coast, east coast or somewhere in-between.
These will be your duties to start, and we’ll work together on a monthly basis to make sure they continue to be challenging and rewarding:
Write new code
Develop functionality for websites with an eye toward maintainability, user experience, and accessibility
Technical project management
Knowledge of agile development practices. Comfortable creating and managing tasks
Discover, investigate and fix bugs
Communicate with our internal team and clients to ask questions or give progress updates
Review code with teammates
Suggest improvements and new approaches for projects and development processes
Be present and prepared for team meetings
Share and learn
Share what you know and learn from what others have to share
Support your teammates when they’re in need
Allow yourself to accept support when that teammate is you
Qualities we're looking for
Back-end development experience on production sites using Drupal 7, 8 and 9
Understanding technical debt
Understanding of technical debt and ability to detect "code smells"
Good verbal and written communication skills. Comfortable working directly with clients.
Diverse interests and experiences
Warm and considerate approach toward teammates and clients alike
Bonus points for
You don't need to have experience in any of these to apply... but if you do in one or a few, tell us about it!
Participation in your local community, in whatever capacity
Experience presenting at conferences, camps, or meetups
Experience working as part of a distributed, remote team
Drupal.org and Github
Familiarity with the Drupal.org issue queue, Github
Experience with other web frameworks and technologies
We use the command line, PHP, Git (especially Git Flow), Docker, Composer, Drush, MySQL, MariaDB, Bootstrap, JIRA, Slack, Zoom, Google Docs and we hope you'll join us in using them too. And if you've never grep'd a log file, or finished a feature branch, we hope you'll want to learn how.