The New York State Senate is seeking experienced Drupal developers to join their team in New York City. The Senate uses Drupal to power NYSenate.gov, a site often hailed as the leading web platform for legislative bodies. You may remember it being featured alongside whitehouse.gov during the keynote presentation at DrupalCon San Francisco in 2010.
We are seeking candidates for two types of roles:
A successful Junior Developer would have the following characteristics:
- 2+ years of experience including custom Drupal module development, theming, and general site administration.
- Familiarity using Views and Organic Groups in Drupal 6+.
A successful Senior Developer would have the following characteristics:
- All the minimum qualifications of a junior developer, plus . . .
- An additional 2+ years of Drupal experience (4+ total).
- Familiarity with the Drupal community. Deep understanding of the future road map for core modules and vital contributed modules.
- Experience leading a team of developers on a long-term software development project.
- A Drupal tattoo, piercing, or some other enduring symbol of your allegiance to the platform (joking, of course).
We are currently embarking on a major overhaul of NYSenate.gov. Therefore, your candidacy would be greatly enhanced by any of the following characteristics:
- Familiarity with the differences between Drupal 6 and 7.
- Past experience upgrading from one major release of Drupal to another.
- Experience migrating content between complex Drupal installations.
- HTML5, CSS3, JQuery, Node.JS, responsive design techniques.
- Mobile development experience.
Our NYC office is located adjacent to City Hall Park, complete with 20th-floor views of Tribeca and the Hudson river. Compensation is competitive and commensurate with experience.
Send your resume and salary expectations to Ryan Blair - firstname.lastname@example.org.
@NYSenateTech is a non-partisan team of software engineers, designers, trainers, and managers working to redefine the online interaction between citizens and their elected representatives. To see more of our work, fork us on Github. You can also download our Mobile Applications.