Help us make beautiful and accessible websites for leading arts and cultural organisations
Role: Front End Web Developer
Salary: £30-£35k – depending on experience
Location: Fully-remote team (UK-based)
Type: Permanent, full-time – with the option to work flexible hours
Applications are now closed
Is this you?
You have commercial development experience – possibly at an agency – and are now ready for a new challenge. Whether you call yourself a developer, coder, or engineer, you care about writing maintainable, scalable, well-documented code, and build for accessibility and performance.
You’re a problem-solver and a doer. Most at home when elbow-deep in code, you can also communicate clearly with less technical folks. A good communicator over Slack and video chat, working from home suits you nicely – and you have a decent internet connection.
Day-to-day, you welcome new challenges and can work on multiple projects. Comfortable with a level of autonomy – managing your own time and to-do list – you also enjoy talking-through ideas, and being an active part of a team focused on building the best possible websites.
You're fluent in spoken and written English, and you live – and have the right to work – in the UK.
If this sounds like you, we’d love to hear from you – and we particularly welcome applications from folks currently under-represented in the tech industry.
As part of our experienced front end dev team, you'll help maintain existing websites, as well as building new, responsive user interfaces – with semantic HTML, CSS, and JS – and wiring them into Craft CMS.
- Write tests and document the results
- Diagnose and squish bugs
- Write clear, useful technical documentation
- Take part in code reviews
- Keep up-to-date with relevant technologies, and approaches to work
- Have a keen eye for design detail; turning flat designs into responsive interfaces
Our front end stack includes: Sass, Vue.js, Twig, Craft CMS, Gulp, Web Pack
We're an experienced and straight-talking team of problem-solvers, who build websites that make life easier for arts and cultural organisations – and their audiences.
A bold, brilliant website for this renowned producing theatre and trio of landmark venues
An award-winning Tessitura integrated website for Scotland's national dance company
Bristol Old Vic
Guiding a 250-year-old theatre and heritage venue into the digital age
Town Hall Symphony Hall Birmingham
Helping one of the world's finest concert halls increase online ticket sales and donations
A belief that art and culture is for everyone runs through all that we do, so we have a strong focus on accessibility.
A 100% remote team
We all work from home, so are heavy users of Slack and video chat day-to-day, and meet in person 2-3 times a year. We can provide financial support to help you set up a home office if you need it, as well as providing a laptop or any other equipment you need.
We care about your work/life balance
Standard work days are Monday-Friday 8am-4pm, and we offer flexible working outside of core hours (10am-4pm). Though we try and stick to these hours, sometimes you'll be needed at other times – if you're asked to work outside of these hours, you'll get Time Off In Lieu.
Learning = good!
We support and encourage openness to learn, and individuals’ professional development – making sure there’s time for R&D as part of the team, as well as self-directed learning. If you're interested in doing a course or would like to attend a conference; holler! We're excited by new developments in tech, and everyone’s ideas and input help to shape the company and how we work.
Meet the team 👋
Passionate, knowledgeable, and experienced, we're a mix of developers, designers, digital strategists, and data geeks. Meet the folks you'll be working with over on the About page.
Salary and benefits
- £30k-£35k depending on experience
- Fully-remote working
- Flexible hours
- Minimum 31 days holiday – including Bank Holidays and a company-wide 2-week break over Christmas
- Additional leave for long service, from 2 years
- NEST Pension with employee and employer contributions
- TOIL for working outside of regular hours (this should be a given, but isn't always!)
- Professional development opportunities to learn, and attend/speak at conferences
- Working with clients in the charitable sector
How to apply
Applications are now closed.
Waiting to hear from us?
were more applications than expected, so it may be a few
days before you hear from us. But we are contacting everyone
individually, and will be in touch as soon as possible.
To reduce unconscious bias, certain information – including your
name, date of birth, contact details, and educational qualifications –
will be hidden from the hiring panel during the initial CV / Cover Letter review.
Once we've reviewed your application:
If your application demonstrates suitability for the role, we’ll arrange a half-hour phonecall, so we can find out more about each other. (We can provide you with a few talking points in advance.)
2. Technical test
If the phonecall goes well, we'll ask you to complete a short technical test.
If shortlisted, we'll invite you for a 1-hour interview – via video chat – on either Monday 22 or Tuesday 23 February. We’ll talk in more detail about the role, and your experience, skills, and ambitions. Interview questions will be shared with you in advance, so you'll have time to prepare. There may be follow-up questions after the interview.
If you're unable to undertake any of the above or have specific access requirements, please let us know – we're happy to discuss alternatives.
We'll keep you informed of your progress in a timely manner, and are aiming to appoint in early/mid-March.
We want to hear directly from applicants so no thanks, recruitment / outsourcing companies