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emoji of a pushpinRemote-USemoji of a money bag$75,000-100,000 USD annual salaryemoji of a clockMon May 23 2022
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Strategy, design, and Drupal development for large-scale publishers.


Lullabot is seeking a full-time Front-end Drupal Developer based in the United States who will thrive as part of the innovative and supportive Client Services team. We are looking for someone who writes organized, well-documented code, strives to follow coding standards and implement best practices, and who succeeds when working collaboratively on a team with content strategists, designers, developers, project managers, project owners and clients. We expect all candidates to have experience with Drupal, Sass/CSS, HTML, and modern JavaScript, and be comfortable building strategic front-end architecture for large websites. 

Successful candidates will have strong technical skills combined with the ability to be creative and compassionate. They'll be able to manage themselves in a 100% remote-work environment and possess excellent communication habits in order to work well with other team members and clients. Equally important is that this individual will aspire to embody our Core Values:

  • Inspire & Empower - share what you know and attempt to make those around you better than yourself.
  • Be Human - strive to be honest, humane, friendly, caring, and humble.
  • Kick Ass - be awesome and do work that you can be proud of.
  • Invent & Innovate - seek out new possibilities and solutions to create success.
  • Collaborate Openly - work as a team with sharing and trust to accomplish more. 
  • Have Fun - focus on the positive and downplay competition and negativism.

Lullabot 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 not only believe this is a core part of our Be Human value; it’s crucial to our Engineering Values as well. In recruiting for our team, we welcome the unique contributions that you can bring!

Responsibilities Include

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

    • HTML, CSS, Sass, Twig, Javascript
    • Theme template files, preprocess functions, theme hooks
  • Drupal site-building tasks (including but not limited to):

    • Enabling and configuring modules
    • Settings, configuration management, views, menus, view modes
  • Working with jQuery and other more modern JavaScript libraries for front-end development like React, Vue.js and/or Node
  • Working with local development environments and command line tools
  • Attending meetings with the project team to provide updates
  • Collaborating, planning, and completing development tasks
  • Peer reviewing co-worker and client code changes
  • Providing insight to improve front-end expertise of co-workers, contractors, and clients
  • Documenting and evaluating requests from clients
  • Setting priorities, expectations, and communicating with clients around project needs and task progress

We're Looking For

  • Understanding of Drupal module ecosystem, including paid development experience working with code in Drupal 8 and 9
  • Understanding of Package managers like Composer and npm
  • Proficiency in core technologies for front-end development (CSS, Sass, HTML, and JavaScript)
  • Recent experience for all aspects of Drupal theming including UI familiarity, configuration, and basic site administration, creation/manipulation of template files, preprocessing, and writing/overriding theme functions
  • Experience with pull request and peer review workflows, including use of Git or other revision control tool for version control in a group setting
  • Knowledge and adherence to Drupal coding and security standards
  • Familiarity with terminal development tools like Drush
  • Familiarity working within an agile workflow and project ticketing systems such as Jira or Trello 
  • Debugging experience in IE11+, mobile Safari, and more modern browsers
  • Strong written and verbal professional communication skills
  • Positive and encouraging attitude toward assigned work and co-workers
  • Has a professional, collaborative, and proactive approach to people and problems
  • The ability to use the following skills on a daily basis: friendliness, judgment, empowerment, respect, integrity, tact, and honesty
  • A discerning, critical mindset that avoids cynicism
  • Team player with 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: though additional work may sometimes be necessary, we plan for a 40 hour work week

Bonus Points

  • Experience creating and managing front-end build processes
  • Hands on experience with projects that implemented responsive design
  • Knowledge of Docker-based local development environments
  • Ability to identify and resolve front-end related performance problems
  • Experience creating and/or managing front-end build processes with npm/yarn
  • Familiarity with accessibility standards and best practices
  • Experience identifying and resolving accessibility related issues
  • Familiarity with developer tools available in modern browsers
  • Familiarity with managed hosting services and deployment tools
  • Been an active member of an open-source web community.
  • Hands-on experience with projects that implemented design systems, like Pattern Lab
  • Worked with large teams, 5+ people, on large projects from start to finish.


  • Two or more years enterprise-level front-end development experience or equivalent relevant experience required. 
  • A Bachelor's degree in computer science or a related field is useful.
  • Must have a reliable internet connection and a willingness to work from home (or anywhere) in a distributed fashion.
  • Must be able to use a computer for up to 8 hours per day
  • Must be able to travel 2-3 times per year in the United States for client on-sites and company events.
  • We are looking for a full-time (40 hours per week) employee that is legally eligible to work in the United States


Step 1: Initial Screening Call (15 minutes) with potential candidates to ensure you are clear on the salary posted, the hiring timeline, and learn more about why you are interested in working at Lullabot. Screening calls typically consist of 6-7 questions (always the same questions across a single job posting), there are no names attached (use of numbers), and after a screening is complete it is reviewed by the hiring manager and HR to determine if the candidate will be invited for a technical interview. We do not require video for these calls.

Step 2: 60 minute technical interview over Zoom with the hiring manager, a peer within the same job title or team, and a member of HR. This is a structured interview where all candidates will be asked the same questions in the same order, with the goal of determining the depth of your knowledge, skills, and abilities. You can expect around 10 questions to be asked, and this is intended to be a conversation about your related experience—there are no tests or assignments to complete. Tell us about yourself and what you’re good at! Share what you still need to learn! Ok answers include, "I don't know." We are all works in progress. 

Step 3: Anonymous code review. Members of our team will review the code samples you submitted with your application--without your name attached whenever possible.

Step 4: 90 minute core values interview over Zoom with the hiring manager and a member of HR and/or the leadership team. This is a behavioral interview where all candidates will be asked the same questions in the same order, with the goal of gaining an understanding of how you work within a team, how you problem-solve, your work habits, your communication style, etc. Tell us about what will make you successful in this position! Describe how you’d contribute a different perspective to the team! We’re a friendly group of life-long learners who love to support and encourage each other.

After the final decision is made, any offer of employment is extended via email or phone call. Once the official offer is accepted and signed, you’ll be assigned a “Lullabuddy” for the first 3 months of employment. This is a peer who is there to support you and help you navigate all the new things you may have questions about as the newest Lullabot on the team.

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