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Employees30
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FulltimeYes
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IndustryCommunications
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Back End Middleweight Developer

at Organise Consulting in E1 8EW   —   Jul 23, 2014   |  
Overview
Organise Consulting is a global digital communications agency trusted by major public figures and organisations to manage their digital campaigns.

We use our unique Organise Engage method to find audiences and engage with them, and to create strong relationships to drive action and communication. We work for high profile clients across the world that span charity, trade unions, campaign groups and businesses.

We are a rapidly growing business, and were recently featured as a model employer on the BBC for being one of the only communications agencies accredited by the Living Wage Foundation.

Based in our London office, we are looking to appoint an experienced and pro-active developer to take on the responsibility of working on back end development and implementation for a major new UK project.
Responsibilities
Under the direction of Head of Digital and Design and Head of Accounts and Planning you will be responsible for:
Leading on back end development for a specific web project using the nationbuilder platform
Experience
At least two years of relevant experience required and knowledge of web development
Experience with PHP or Ruby and suitable database engine (your choice, for full stack development outside of the nationbuilder platform)
Good knowledge of Javascript, jQuery, HTML and CSS
A good understanding of front-end design and the user experience
Good communication skills essential
Comfortable working on campaigns for progressive clients
An ability to manage projects to tight deadlines in a highly pressured environment
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