Trolley Web is a small but mighty boutique website company focused on people, a positive work environment, a healthy work-life balance, and of course creating great websites. We're comprised of casual relation-based people offering a collaborative work environment, flexible schedule, and 401(k).
Compensation starting rate up to $62k (or $30/hr) based on experience.
Please apply with some samples of your work that demonstrates your ability to use bootstrap and CSS. The perfect example is showing me a drawing of a website, then the end result. Please don't bother showing Wordpress or other theme-based websites unless you specifically designed the theme and/or components with your own custom CSS/HTML.
If you're granted an interview it will look like this:
A web tech will build websites in a proprietary bootstrap-based CMS. The ideal candidate will have a solid understanding of what goes into building modern-looking websites, responsive design, modern website architecture, and have both technical and design skills. You'll mostly be taking drawing of websites provided to you by our design team and building them to specs in our CMS. You'll also be responsible for maintaining existing websites within our software.
Your responsibilities will be to work with a project manager to build websites for small business and organizations, and keep them maintained. Day to day tasks would include modifying and building websites from drawings, integrating the client's needs into the design and function, thinking through user flow, creating calls to action, and building upon existing website functionality.
Full and part-time work loads available.
Trolley Web is a small but mighty web firm in Wilmington, Delaware.
We believe in high quality, innovative work. We're proud to provide our clients the best bang for their buck in terms of the quality of design and functionality. Our employees are innovative, collaborative, and inclusive.
Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line "Job application: Web Tech". Provide a resume with links to relevant projects and/or portfolios. Remember, during your interview you'll be asked to do a short competency test.