We're looking for a talented, creative coder to help us realise a prototype for an exciting project that plays with audio and proximity. This is initially a contract role that may be extended beyond prototype.
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Apply before Nov 15th
We need to find a front end developer that loves coding as a hobby first and a job second. In many ways you should be like Neo from The Matrix: You see code where others see shapes and you once punched Hugo Weaving in the face.
We currently have one person in the team and we need another to person to join to share the load. Interested? If so, read on.What you need to know:
In addition to the above skills, you should have an excellent attention to detail. You should have a strong enough eye for design and UX that nothing is lost in the translation from visual design to final code.Key benefits:
This is a junior role and our goal is to get someone at on the base level and grow them to head up a team.
If you think you can help us through the matrix, get in touch.
Note: We're looking for portfolios. Make sure we can see examples of your work (and code). Seriously. Send a portfolio.
Guardian Australia launched in May 2013 as part of Guardian News &
Media (GNM), publisher of one of the largest English language newspaper websites
in the world.
We have an opportunity
for an experienced developer to join our studio team in Sydney. Studio is
our in-house production team designing, producing and creating content for both
our commercial and editorial teams.
To apply for this
position, please upload your résumé (maximum three pages) plus covering letter as
one document. In your covering letter you should outline the following:
for applications: 20th November 2014