Website Developer (Wordpress)
4th September 2019
£250 - £350
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Website Developer (Wordpress), Web Developer, Wordpress Developer, Salesforce, API, Headless CMS, Symfony, AWS, Amazon Web Services, Marketing Platform, Scalable, Functionality, User Needs, Migrate, Migration, User-Centred, Cyber Essentials, Government, GDS, Government Design Standards,
REMOTE WORKING Deliver this continuous improvement project at pace to help us achieve a better, user centred website, and migrate an existing website into the main site for the client.
Following the successful refresh of our client's existing site further work is needed to continuously improve and iterate the website to address user needs and to migrate a website.
Having launched their new site as an MVP in April 2019, they are looking to build upon this work to iterate and maximise the functionality of our website. They now want to implement new functionality to make it a more user-friendly site.
Our client also needs to make sure that they have a sustainable and scalable marketing platform on a gov.uk domain. To achieve this, they need to migrate content into the main website once appropriate templates have been designed. This requirement is for the development work for this project.
Key Skills / Experience
· 2+ years' experience of Salesforce to Wordpress APIs
· 2+ years' experience of working with a headless CMS
· 2+ years' experience of experience working with Symfony
· 2+ years' experience of experience working with AWS (Amazon Web Services)
· 2+ years' experience of developing bespoke Wordpress environments
· Demonstrate how you apply a user centred approach to development and delivery.
· Demonstrate experience developing and designing to meet the Public Sector Bodies (Websites and Mobile Applications) (No. 2) Accessibility Regulations 2018.
· Have or be willing to get Cyber Essentials Certification
· 2+ years' experience of similar government experience
· 2+ years' experience of knowledge and use of Government Design Standards and principles or similar