Part-time Craft CMS developer for digital agency working with charities in the UK REMOTEPERMANENT

Job Description

To view a full job description and examples of our recent projects, please see this post on our website.

William Joseph are a B Corp that designs inclusive products, services and brands for people working for positive change. Our clients are all charities, universities or social enterprises.

We work predominantly with Craft CMS and as such are looking for an experienced and established developer with knowledge of Craft CMS. You should be a PHP developer who is comfortable extending Craft, integrating with third-party APIs and services, as well as being able to help us to improve aspects of our DevOps. As a small team, we also need you to be proficient with front-end development including writing accessible mark-up in Twig and styling with Tailwind CSS.

You need to be comfortable working in an agency environment as part of - and contributing to - an efficient and collaborative in-house development team. You will need to be able to communicate effectively directly with clients, project managers, and designers.

Below are some skills that we are looking for;

  • Strong PHP skill set, with specific experience extending Craft CMS

  • Experience interfacing and authenticating with external APIs from PHP

  • Writing accessible front-end markup with Twig

  • Translating a design system from Figma into efficient Tailwind CSS

  • Version control, collaborative software development, and CI/CD fundamentals

  • Presentational JavaScript

  • Bolstering our DevOps and SysAdmin efforts (LAMP stack)

  • Ability to participate actively in a small, welcoming organisation as part of an efficient lean development team

Salary or Other Compensation

This is a fully remote position in the UK with periodic travel. We are looking either for someone to join our team in-house or support us as a contractor.

£400–£450 / day freelance
£40–£50k permanent
(3 days / week)

Here are some other benefits we offer:

  • Paid for mentoring to develop your leadership skills

  • Flexible working approach - choose working patterns that suit you

  • Fully remote (with occasional visits to clients and quarterly team meetings)

  • Regular team activities to build relationships and take a break from work

  • Enhanced Family Leave and Pay - 12 weeks at full pay and 27 weeks 25% pay

  • A commitment to Equal Opportunities and Diversity policies within our team

How to Apply

For full information on how to apply, please see this post on our website.

As a company, we have made an active effort to not recruit based on CVs or previous employment. We are far more interested in learning about your experience and what you think you can bring to our team.

As such, if you feel like the above overview could be in any way a decent fit for you, then we would encourage you to get in touch and have a conversation with us.

Please apply by filling out this form. We will close applications on the 4th of June.

Contact Info

  • Location: UK
  • Phone Number: 07749952131
  • Email Address:
  Posted May 22, 2024