We have just taken on a new project and are looking for a Drupal developer who is interested in building something big with Drupal Commons.
NJI Media is an interactive agency that specializes in design, web development, multimedia production and online communications strategy. We do work for political, corporate and non-profit organizations across the country.
We’re a three-year-old company of about 15 people and we’re located in Old Town Alexandria.
We’re looking for a collaborator. We’re looking for the kind of person that can come in and bring their experience to bear, but understand that getting things done on a team means learning as well as teaching.
You like small, fast-moving, agile environments. We move fast, and we hope you do too. Our clients like us because we’re able to come up with great solutions to their problems. On the development team we pride ourselves on the idea that the best idea should always win.
You should really enjoy development with Drupal but also be capable of having a conversation. You work harder than you play, but understand that play is important too.
– Demonstrated experience building sites with Drupal
– Views, panels, CCK, commerce, Organic Groups, Userpoints
– Module development and hacking
– Theme development and maintenance
– Experience working in a Linux shell environment
– Diagnosing and implementing bug fixes
– Optimizing and tuning application performance
– Exposure to the Acquia hosting environment would be nice, but not necessary
This is an immediate position, and sooner is better. This is a four month contract to start, but its very likely that it will go full-time after that. (It’s so we can get to know each other before we move in together.)
Your compensation is negotiable and based on experience/what you bring to the table. We’re competitive in the DC area and we get that as a Drupal developer you’ve got lots of opportunities. We think we’ve got a really great project on our hands, and fun work environment, so if that sounds good….
Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with a note written like you are a real person. Copy/pasting a cover letter that makes you sound like you wear a suit seven days a week isn’t going to get you too far. We just want to hear who you are, what projects you’ve worked on and why you’re interested in the opportunity.
Oh, and thanks for reading this all the way through. We’re not interested in hearing from recruiters, staffing companies or people that can’t work in our office in Old Town. Thanks!