Studio Treble are growing, and are looking to hire a front-end web developer to work across our profile of projects.
We're looking for a front-end web developer with at least 1 years of commercial experience or relevant graduate degree to work across our portfolio of exciting, experimental and creative web projects. You should have relevant experience in working on the development of responsive websites that work across a variety of devices and platforms.
We are looking for someone able to work across a range of projects, for new and existing clients, as well as on internal projects, experiments and creative outputs.
You should have a keen interest in design and development, as well as new technologies and experimentation, and a willingness to learn.
- Front-end tooling including Webpack and NPM.
- Version control (Git).
Nice to Have
- Integration with content management systems and frameworks, including Craft CMS/Wordpress/Laravel/Express.
- Object-oriented PHP.
- Server administration and dev-ops (Linux/Heroku/AWS).
- Database experience (MySQL/MariaDB/PostgreSQL).
- E-commerce experience (Craft Commerce/WooCommerce/Shopify).
- Experience in creative technology platforms e.g. WebGL/GLSL/ThreeJS/Unity/OpenFrameworks.
About Studio Treble
Studio Treble is a multidisciplinary design practice: combining technical expertise with beautiful, collaborative design, we create work for those who care about detail and craft across digital, design, and moving image.
We are moving into our second year of trading and expecting to accelerate growth over the first 6 months of this year so we are looking for support from firstly a web development perspective followed closely by supporting creatives.
We work across a variety of sectors including property, music festivals, new technologies and luxury restaurants- with Heston Blumenthal being one of our key accounts.
At Studio Treble we encourage experimentation in new tech, skills and want anyone who comes on board to actively seek new challenges, personal development and apply this to their own projects. Our year 2 model requires that 20% of time spent working at Studio Treble should be spent on personal, explorative projects.
£18,000 - £28,000 DOE