POSITION FILLED - We are hiring at Array again!

Sarah Bromley, Technical Director

This position has been filled!

Thanks to everyone who applied and shared this post. 

Pass it around! Here are the details:


Interested in getting started in the world of web development? This position is an entry level opening for a student or hobby web enthusiast, and a perfect opportunity to get your feet wet in the web & creative industry.

$13 / hour to start, part-time hours starting Sept. 1st. (~20 hours per week). We're willing to work around school schedules, though our office hours are 8:30 - 4:30pm Mon - Fri, so those hours need to be during that time. This is an in-office position, local applicants or those relocating only, please. 

This is a partial maternity coverage position and will last for about 1 year. There is a potential opportunity for continued hours after that point, depending on work volume.

Required Skills:
Intermediate or better HTML5 / CSS3
Enthusiasm for web development & learning programming
Basic+ knowledge of Photoshop

Now that we have the "Required" bit out of the way, the following is a list of jobs and skills you will be asked to learn and take on during your time with Array.

Basic understanding of procedural programming (even better - knowledge of object oriented)
Experience with jQuery / Javascript
Experience with PHP
Experience with Databases / MySQL
Previous experience with Wordpress or other CMS platforms

Job Duties May Include:
Slicing Photoshop files and developing with HTML/CSS
Responsive website development
CMS Setup and management
Javascript programming, including use of jQuery and other libraries.
PHP development
Email Management, Setup, and Phone Support
Email Template Programming
SEO Research, Optimization, and Reporting
SEM Management with Google AdWords
Social Media Research, Management, Setup (IE: Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Pinterest)
Occasionally Answering Phones!

Apply with resume and cover letter to
POSITION FILLED - We are hiring at Array again!
AUG 15 / 2014
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