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We build websites in Drupal and WordPress, exclusively for nonprofit organizations. In all our work, we focus on the accessibility and sustainability of content, design, and code.

JOB DESCRIPTION

Why We Need You

DevCollaborative is seeking a front-end developer based in the United States who is experienced in working in Drupal and/or WordPress and, with some training, is willing to work in both systems. We are looking for someone who cares about making websites accessible and who understands accessibility basics, writes well-documented code, strives to follow coding standards and use best practices, and has an always-learning mindset. The right match for this role will be someone who enjoys working collaboratively on a team with content strategists, designers, developers, project managers, project owners, and clients. We expect all candidates to have experience with Sass/CSS, HTML, and modern JavaScript (JS framework experience is welcome but not required). Successful candidates will have strong technical skills, as well as patience and compassion for explaining technical concepts to others in plain language. They will be able to manage themselves in a 100% remote-work environment and excel at communicating well, both with other team members and with clients. DevCollaborative is committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion. We strive to be a place where everyone, from any background, can do their best work and feel safe while doing so. We strongly encourage people from minoritized communities to apply, particularly: people with disabilities; BIPOC/people of color; immigrants; LGBTQQIP2SAA.

About Us

DevCollaborative is a remote, distributed team of web technology experts who build websites exclusively for nonprofit organizations in Drupal and WordPress. We are an intentionally small team of employees and contractors based in the US in the northeast, Chicago, Colorado, and the west coast. In all our work, we focus on the accessibility and sustainability of content, design, and code. We have clients on both coasts doing progressive, innovative work to make things better. We aim to build them clear, usable, long-lasting, inclusive websites that help them get their important work done. We approach technical challenges with our whole brains, using our experience to solve problems with the client’s big picture in mind. Does this sound like you, too?

What We Offer You

  • The opportunity to work on meaningful projects that have a positive social impact.
  • We’re a remote team; you can work from anywhere.
  • A 30-to 35-hour work week (your choice), with flexibility where you need it.
  • Annual salary: $70,000-$85,000, based on experience and desired length of work week.
  • Generous time off: 1 week of sick time, 2 weeks of PTO, 2 weeks of holidays annually.
  • 401(k) plan.
  • Please note that we do not offer health insurance benefits at this time.
  • On-the-job mentoring - we’ll help you find your footing and keep helping you along the way.
  • A culture that prioritizes the healthy boundaries that people need to balance their work and non-work lives.
  • Support from the team when you need it - we don’t work in silos, and neither will you.

The Work You’d Do

  • Writing and debugging front-end code for Drupal and WordPress, including but not limited to:

    • Semantic HTML, Sass/CSS, JavaScript
    • Theme template files, Drupal preprocess functions, theme hooks in Drupal and WordPress
  • Drupal and WordPress site-building tasks, including but not limited to:

    • Enabling and configuring modules and plugins relevant to the site’s front-end
    • Configuring displays via the CMS admin interface
  • Evaluating and improving accessibility in visual design comps from designers, as well as in modules, plugins, and custom code
  • Working with local development environments and command line tools
  • Attending meetings with the project team to provide updates
  • Collaborating on, planning, and completing development tasks
  • Peer reviewing coworkers' code changes
  • Providing insight to improve front-end expertise of co-workers, contractors, and clients
  • Providing estimates for client requests and for the sales process
  • Setting priorities, expectations, and communicating with project managers and clients around project needs and task progress

The Must-haves We want you to have:

  • An understanding of the Drupal module and/or WordPress plugin ecosystem, including paid development experience working with code in Drupal 8/9 and/or WordPress

    • A willingness to learn Drupal or WordPress front-end development if you don’t know both
    • Recent experience with all aspects of Drupal and/or WordPress theming, including UI familiarity, configuration, and basic site administration, creation/manipulation of theme files
  • Comfort working with command-line tools, including Git and package managers 
  • Proficiency in core technologies for front-end development (Sass, modern CSS, semantic HTML, and JavaScript)
  • Familiarity with accessibility standards and best practices
  • Experience identifying and resolving accessibility-related issues 
  • Experience with using Git for version control, preferably in a team setting
  • Knowledge of and adherence to Drupal and/or WordPress coding standards and best practices
  • Familiarity with developer tools available in modern browsers
  • Familiarity working with a team that includes project managers and other developers using a project ticketing systems such as Asana 
  • Debugging experience in IE11+, mobile browsers, and common modern browsers
  • A professional, collaborative, and proactive approach to people and problems

    • Strong written and verbal professional communication skills
    • An always-learning mindset and an enjoyment of helping others learn with you
    • Positive and encouraging attitude toward assigned work and co-workers
    • Proven ability to work well under pressure and within deadlines
  • Self-directed: able to work independently and within a virtual team, and consistently manage your own time and tasks 
  • A desire for a healthy work/life balance: we plan for a 30- or 35-hour work week, based on your preference.

The Nice-to-haves We’d love it if you also have:

  • Experience working in both Drupal and WordPress
  • Ability to use package managers like Composer and npm
  • Knowledge of Docker-based local development environments such as DDEV or Lando
  • Ability to identify and resolve front-end related performance problems
  • Experience creating and/or managing front-end build processes with npm and gulp or grunt
  • Familiarity with managed hosting services and deployment tools
  • Been an active member of an open-source web community
  • Experience working in or with the nonprofit sector
  • Experience working with teams of 3+ people, on large projects, from start to finish.

Location This is a remote position, but you must be:

  • an individual (no companies),
  • a U.S. citizen or legal resident of the U.S.,
  • be primarily located in a North American time zone, and
  • be available weekdays during our core 10am-4pm Eastern Time work day. 

Ready to Apply?

Note: If you meet most, but not all, of the requirements above, we’d still love to hear from you! Just let us know why you’re the right fit for the job. If you have advanced skills in these areas, we want to hear from you too!  Please use the form below to apply. If we see a potential match, someone will reach out to set up a conversation. Applications will be considered until the position is filled.  DevCollaborative is an equal opportunity employer committed to providing an environment that is free from discrimination and harassment based on race, age, creed, color, religion, national origin or ancestry, sex, gender, disability, veteran status, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, family or parental status, or any other status protected by the laws or regulations in the locations where we operate. Again, we strongly encourage people from minoritized communities to apply, particularly: people with disabilities; BIPOC/people of color; immigrants; LGBTQQIP2SAA.

INTERVIEW PROCESS

We may ask you some initial questions on a short Zoom call or via email. 

Then there will be two longer interviews: one technical, and then a final interview with project management leadership. All interviews will be with DevCollab team members. One of the two owners of DevCollaborative will be on the two longer interviews. 

We may also ask for a code sample during the hiring process.

DIVERSITY, EQUITY AND INCLUSION

DevCollaborative is a woman- and queer-owned and led company. We are an intentionally small, boutique company that prioritizes work-life balance and offers full-time employment starting at 30-35 hours/week and five weeks of paid time off per year.  

We are proud to have a team made up of people who've come to web development work from many different and non-traditional backgrounds. We look for people who are committed to lifelong learning. As such, we do not require formal tech degrees, but just that candidates can demonstrate that they know how to do the work required, and that they are great at communication and collaboration. 

DevCollaborative is committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion. We strive to be a place where everyone, from any background, can do their best work and feel safe while doing so. We strongly encourage people from minoritized communities to apply, particularly: people with disabilities; BIPOC/people of color; immigrants; LGBTQQIP2SAA.

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