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27 March 2014updated 28 Jun 2021 4:45am

We’re hiring! The New Statesman is looking for a Drupal developer and designer

The deadline for applications is 18 April 2014.

By New Statesman

The New Statesman and its parent company, Progressive Media International, are looking for a website designer and developer who is experienced at working in Drupal. The job will involve working with the NS and other titles to ensure their websites are innovative, elegant and provide a fast, efficient user experience.

You will be in charge of the look of the New Statesman website, which is read by more than two million people a month, and you will be involved with designing and implementing new projects and spin-off sites. The right candidate will be a self-starter who will work with the NS editorial team. Experience of managing external developers is a bonus.
The successful candidate should have the following:

  • PHP, HTML5, CSS3, MySQL knowledge and understanding
  • A minimum of 2 years Drupal commercial development experience including Drupal 7 experience
  • Drupal 7 experience including responsive design coding and implementation
  • Able to plan SMART objectives and deliver these
  • A detailed knowledge of Google Analytics
  • A good understanding of usability and user journey optimisation
  • Good at problem solving

This position is based at our offices in Blackfriars, London. Competitive salary.

Please send a CV to sam.hall[at] by 18 April.

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