Drupal Developer

Location: (Multiple states)

Department: Development

Type: Full Time

Min. Experience: Mid Level

About Us

Mediacurrent is a digital agency that specializes its focus and outstanding reputation in Drupal. We have a proven track record of helping some of the most recognizable brands (The Weather Channel, WWE), universities (Harvard, LSU) and organizations (Turner) in the world adopt and grow with an open-source software strategy.  We pursue open-source principles and contributing back to the Drupal community giving you an opportunity to challenge and stretch your mind on a daily basis.

We’re a company founded on building a close knit company culture with a fully remote team. Mediacurrent keeps our remote team close focusing on our culture with an annual company retreat, weekly knowledge shares, 9/80 flexible schedule, lunch and learns and virtual/in-person meetups.

At Mediacurrent we invest heavily in our team providing benefits such as IRA matching, continuing education reimbursement and speaking bonuses.

About You

Do you have a passion for open source technologies, Drupal and building innovative web systems? Do you see the big picture of a Drupal project? Ready to ditch the commute and work from wherever is comfortable to you? Mediacurrent is looking for a developer like yourself to choose our team.

Qualifications

  • Ability to write and contribute modules to creatively solve client problems
  • Proficient writing skills to communicate with clients including site architecture documentation
  • Proven 2+ year track record of working with Drupal sites
  • Familiarity with Git and Drupal development technologies such as Drush, Features and Panels
  • Knowledge of Drupal-adjunct technologies such as the LAMP platform, HTML5, CSS3, SASS jQuery/JavaScript a plus
  • Passionate about Drupal community involvement and open-source

 

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