Friends of EE Insider, Masuga Design, are on the hunt for a PHP developer to fill an open role with their company.
You will develop primarily with ExpressionEngine and Craft for client projects, and with Laravel for internal projects. You’ll work closely with the team to meet client requirements, help improve our SaaS app, and constantly refine our internal projects and procedures.
Previous experience developing with ExpressionEngine and/or Craft is a bonus, because we’d like you to hit the ground running on a number of EE and Craft projects.
Is that you? See the entire job listing.
Long-time community member Jim Wyse has an opening (or two):
That is a fine group of folks who do great work at the university. You could be part of the team.
EllisLab is hiring an additional Customer Advocate to help support their products. The job means helping EllisLab customers with their issues and questions with ExpressionEngine. You do need to have some ExpressionEngine experience (obviously), so experienced people only need apply.
You will be interacting with the best of web professionals on a daily basis, helping them troubleshoot and solve issues related to building, developing, and maintaining websites using ExpressionEngine. In addition to being experienced with ExpressionEngine, you are familiar with basic concepts behind CMS software and understand how websites are built.
Here are the perks:
EllisLab provides health benefits and 401k, work from home, flexible personal time, computer/software allowance, and absolutely no being micro-managed by cubicle super-villains.
This is only for people who are legally allowed to work in the United States.
Learn more about the position and how to apply.
Happy Cog is looking for a back-end developer to join the team. This position is in the Philadelphia office (right in the heart of Center City).
Here are the basics:
As a back-end developer you will have your hands in every aspect of the site build and launch. Critical to this position is an ability to understand client feedback and requirements (implied or documented) and translate those into functional code. You should have good written and oral communications skills to facilitate that translation and a demeanor that welcomes the client into a relationship that may be more technical than with which they are comfortable.
Read more about required skills and experience and how to apply.