Company: Pirata London
Location: London, UK
All candidates should be able to demonstrate that they write clean and well-structured markup that passes W3C validation and employs ‘progressive enhancement’ or ‘graceful degradation’ techniques to ensure the best experience possible across a range of browsers. Candidates should also be able to demonstrate an understanding of developing mobile web interfaces and be familiar with techniques for dealing with different formats including tablet devices.
Becoming a Pirate means you get exposed to a multitude of both brand and agency work from all around the world. We want you to be passionate about all things web and be looking to extend the online experience to the offline world when it comes to thinking. Craft and Innovation is what we love at Pirata and what we expect all Pirates to have in abundance, regardless of role. The reward for joining us is that we share the booty at Pirata and make sure you have a great time as well as work on some fantastic brands. Get in touch if you think you’re right for this role.
Salary: On application
- 25 days holiday
- Private health care
- Stakeholder pension scheme
- Tate membership for you plus one
- Bike scheme
- All the usual trappings such as breakfasts, socials and all of the things which make work, well not really work. Oh and we\’re partial to the odd tot of rum as well.
- An eye patch
How to apply
- Write us an application note (mentioning creativeapplications.net) explaining why you think you’re a great fit for the role
- Send us your LinkedIn profile if you have a reasonably complete one, and / or send us some references
- Briefly talk us through some projects you’ve been involved with outlining how you
- Send your CV to us at firstname.lastname@example.org (PDF preferably)