Are you a passionate Drupal developer as well as a team leader?
Do you enjoy mentoring junior developers and making technical decisions?
Then this is your opportunity to work with an established market leader.
- Are you a passionate Drupal developer as well as a team leader?
- Do you enjoy mentoring junior developers and making technical decisions?
- Then this is your opportunity to work with an established market leader.
- Experience with leading a development team is desirable.
- Strong experience building and maintaining responsive and scalable websites
- Site experience using Drupal CMS
- Understanding of Drupal theme layer, including templates, hooks, pre-process functions and render arrays
- Strong understanding of PHP including object oriented programming
- Experience with LAMP stack
- Experience with GIT
- Experience with REST and SOAP APIs
- Ability do debug and solve problems
Build & maintain a large number of responsive, scalable websites, improve coding standards, & influence strategic direction of the architecture.
About the Company
Our client, a market leader in their field, is looking for a passionate Lead Drupal Developer to join a newly created team. As part of this company you will get hands on experience with the latest technologies as well as hands son experience into how companies operate on a global level.
About the role
This is a newly created position and the successful candidate will be in charge of the Drupal development team as well as the global direction of architecture and design of the wider team. Your role will include leading global projects, training and mentoring local market developers and working with shareholders in multiple time zones.
You must possess the skills listed below as well as have strong leadership and communication skills.
The ideal candidate has had exposure to a leadership role in the past or has been in a team lead position for medium to large teams.
Enquiries can be made to Thomas Scriven at Hudson in our Brisbane office on (07) 3258 8438 quoting Ref. No. 4B/25715 . Your application will be treated in the strictest of confidence.
How to Apply?
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