Don't-Die-Wondering

If you are a senior or strong intermediate front-end / full stack web developer with a passion for working with modern technologies to create all manner of web stuff, keep reading…

We are a small (but growing) Digital team in one of the world’s (yes, world’s) most awarded full service integrated advertising agencies. We have an amazing office filled with exceptionally talented, creative and fun people working on some of New Zealand’s, and the world’s, biggest brands. Plus the basics: professional coffee machine, in-house agency bar, bagel/coffee/sushi/beer shops next door etc.

We are looking for someone with a solid grasp on modern front end technologies, that knows their way around Umbraco & Azure since a lot of our current sites use those, and we want to keep using them in the future.

You will have experience with setting up and building medium-large CMS sites (preferably Umbraco), web apps, phone apps, fancy microsites and whatever other crazy ideas creatives come up with. You will also be able to set up hosting in Azure.

You will be working with and mentoring two other developers – one front and one back end. You will keep yourself up to date with modern technologies and apply them as opportunities present themselves.

You will also very much need excellent communication skills, a positive attitude, attention to detail, ability to multitask, and a passion for delighting colleagues and clients by delivering on time and on brief.

If you’ve worked in an agency before (assuming it was a good one), you already know what to expect. If you haven’t, most of what you’ve seen on TV is true (the good stuff that is). It’s a fast-paced ever changing and very busy environment, but it’s filled with some of the best people you will ever likely work with. We look after our people and know how to cut loose from time to time.

If you want to work in a dynamic, friendly and fun environment, with excellent humans (and on some days also pets), email an introduction and your CV (including examples of your previous work) to Petra.