Lead Developer

Interactive Mechanics

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  • Posted

    Feb. 15, 2017
  • Location

    Old City
  • Type

    Full-Time Job
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We’re looking for a supportive and responsible lead developer to work with our team full-time (32-40 hours/week) building our digital projects and managing our technical staff. We’re aiming for a start date of May 1.

You’ll lead our development team to build interactive digital projects for web, mobile, and other systems using a wide range of technologies. You’ll be responsible for quality assurance on deliverables, for ensuring that project technical plans are carried out as agreed upon with the client, for managing project installations, and for ensuring that we’re meeting our overall technical goals as specified in our annual plan.

You’ll supervise our Senior UI Engineer and our UX Developer, nurturing an appreciation for best practices through code reviews, pair programming, and regular meetings. You will report to the Creative Director.

As part of project proposals and discovery phases, you’ll work with our Project Manager to create technical plans that consider each client’s and project’s needs, and you’ll support client development reviews. We have a collaborative process for both internal and external work, so you will work closely with other members of our team as well.

This role requires occasional travel for client meetings.

About you

Must-have’s:

Experience building interactive applications and websites, with versatile technology capabilities. We expect you to have advanced capabilities with at least two of the following: JavaScript, PHP, Drupal, WordPress, Objective-C, Swift, Java, C++, or C#. Other technologies we value include HTML, CSS, Unity, Sass, Raspberry Pi, Particle Photon, Arduino, and Git.
Deep understanding of coding standards and ability to communicate best practices
Comfort developing project technical plans and functional specifications
Strong time management skills and ability to manage multiple timelines/deadlines for simultaneous client projects
Strong written and verbal communication for client and coworker communication
3+ years of relevant development experience
2+ years of experience managing and mentoring technical staff

Nice-to-have’s:

Excited to grow and develop new skills in design or technology
Passionate about arts, culture, museums, and education
Interested in presenting on our projects at regional and national events
Interested in systems administration or devops, or hardware, like microcontrollers
Interested in working with a small, close-knit team in an agency environment

Salary negotiable ($65,000–$75,000) and commensurate with experience. Benefits include flexible hours, unlimited paid time off, health and dental insurance, public transit reimbursement, education and museum stipends, and snacks.

How to Apply

Applications close February 26.

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