Front-End Developer/Website Manager - Chapelboro.com
Chapelboro, a “digital town square”, is the leading community website serving Chapel Hill, Carrboro and Orange
County, NC – a forward thinking, fast-paced, fun work environment with unlimited growth potential.
We are looking for a front-end developer who is a master of WordPress, lover of consistency and ability to
oversee the non-news content of our digital products. The position is responsible for general development and
updates of a highly-customized WordPress website as well as managing a staff that includes writers and
photographers/videographers. This position regularly collaborates with the other members of the Chapelboro
and WCHL team to launch various marketing and content initiatives.
This position is full-time with benefits, which is on-site at our Chapel Hill offices.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Master of HTML5 and CSS3
Great with jQuery
Knowledge of responsive design and development techniques and best practices
Highly knowledgeable of WordPress and Wordpress Templates
Design experience for website including new sections, logos, pages, ads, etc.
Understanding of what makes great content and the ability to oversee and edit written and visual
content produced by our in-house staff and outside writers.
Manage website Google ads/DFP, data to/from various sources and general site administration.
Liaison to local community
Work in a team environment supporting others and improving web practices.
Develop and implement digital strategies
Great communication skills.
Bonus points for:
Knowledge of Sass (http://sass-lang.com/)
Familiarity with creating custom WordPress plugins
How to Apply
If you see yourself as a great fit for us… tell us why by sending your cover letter, resume and salary requirements to email@example.com or Hiring Manager, Chapelboro.com/WCHL, 88 VilCom Circle, Suite 130, Chapel Hill, NC 27514.
WCHL/Chapelboro.com, an equal opportunity employer, is dedicated to providing broad outreach regarding job vacancies at our business.
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