We’re Hiring: Front-End Dev / Designer

We’re on the lookout for an additional front-end developer / designer to join the Design Team at Envy Labs. The ideal candidate will have a command over style and markup, while possessing enough design experience to handle adjustments and additions after handoff. That’s a fancy way of saying we want someone who can design something and make it functional.

You’ll be working on a variety of client projects, and helping us build and refine Code School.

Here’s What We’d Like to See:

  • A problem solver — someone who loves discovering and applying solutions through design.
  • Someone with a solid grasp of design fundamentals and the ability to craft a visual language.
  • Ability to communicate well with the team, and with clients.
  • CSS3 + HTML5 are a necessity; we use Sass, Compass, and Haml extensively, so experience with these preprocessors is a huge plus.
  • JavaScript and jQuery familiarity are also important, CoffeeScript a plus.
  • Internally, Git and GitHub run the version control show.
  • Being at home in Rails views (or views in a comparable framework) constitutes another boost.

More About the Position:

Ideally we’d be looking for someone to work in our Orlando office. Remote is a possibility. Compensation is very competitive, and we offer a full benefits package (health + dental + vision included). We have regular company-wide events, have a kegerator on site, and have Whiskey Wednesdays every week.

Learn more about our culture. You can also check out our space.

How to Apply:

  1. We’d love to see some samples of your work — link to your Github profile, Dribbble profile, or portfolio. Better yet, pick a project that you think showcases your best work and tell us about your process and workflow.
  2. Link to a blog post or article you’ve written in the past few months on a specific design topic, code technique, or something you’re working through.
  3. Hash browns or home fries?

If you think we should consider you for the position, email jason@envylabs.com

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