Can you pronounce 'Django'?
That's a good start! We're looking for a developer with all the right chops to maintain existing websites and web apps, create shiny new ones from scratch, and bring some exciting ideas of your own to the table.
The right person ticks these boxes and then some:
You're a Python/Django master
(you know it like Django Reinhardt knew his way around a guitar)
You're a bit good with servers
(you know your chmod from your rm, and you know how to pronounce PostgreSQL)
You understand that clever doesn't have to be complex
(and that lazy can be a good thing - but sloppy never is)
You can communicate clearly, like a real human being
(our clients don't speak in code, and we choose not to)
You've got good taste and you can spot a looker a mile off
(be it a beautiful website, some elegant source code or that cute bloke/girl in the pub)
Some of the stuff we've done
Here's some web stuff we've been doing lately - if you're thinking "I could do this, but better and in half the code", then we'd love to hear from you.
- Police.uk (and the Police API that powers it)
- The Lens Butterfly
- Levenes Cycle Injury
- Everards Brewery
What we have to offer
- Exciting web projects big and small
- Freedom to innovate, excite and impress in all sorts of webby ways
- The latest shiny Apple hardware and all the best software
- A big desk in an airy office with 20-odd lovely other people
- A generous helping of cash
All this plus a personalised RKH mug. Who could resist?
How to get it
Surprise us. Let us know why you're the right person for the job in whichever way you think is most appropriate (it’s part of the test). Be sure to cover some basics like your name, email and relevant experience.
Let us know as soon as you can. No agencies please.