HeadFirst are a web development company based in Wellington, New Zealand. We provide enterprise-grade Drupal-based solutions for public sector, corporate and select start-ups. We are looking for a full time Senior Developer/Technical Lead proficient with PHP and Drupal. This is a hands on position - you will be responsible for leading a team of 3-4 developers building Drupal solutions for our clients.Read more
Motivated, flexible and friendly web project manager sought for high-end Wellington web development company specialising in enterprise Drupal projects. Check the link for more details. Applications close Monday May 16.
2 x Developers, Front end and PHP [Wellington]
We need a couple of motivated and enthusiastic developers for our
* One to mainly install, configure and develop for Drupal alongside other open source CMS and PHP dev work
* One to focus on the front end HTML/CSS, scripting with JQuery, AJAX, Sencha and of course theming for Drupal
Both should be keen to:
* Work with an established team to deliver some great work in 2011 (yay!)
* Give tech input to creative/design to get the right build
Looking for a contract Drupal Project Manager / Business Analyst to facilitate a project in Wellington, New Zealand.
The project is simple (corporate site). It will need workshops conducted to arrive at sitemaps, content organization and user training.
Please apply with your resume, prior experience in such roles.
CANDIDATES FROM WELLINGTON, NEW ZEALAND ONLY.
This is a contract position and can take around 3 - 6 weeks in breaks.
This is an onsite oppurtunity.
The Wellington meetup in October was a success with a range of people with Drupal interest attending. We had 18 in total and the mix was about 10 developers, 5 account manager/or project manager and a few content / Drupal Users.
Some of the sites being developed in Drupal were of very high standard and this showed with the presentations. In addition to this each project presented some of the difficulties faced such as migration, integrating with other systems and modules to use in implementation.Read more
We're really excited to announce that Mac's Brewery Bar & Restaurant will be the location of DrupalSouth Wellington 2010. The Brewery bar is right on Wellington central city's waterfront, between Te Papa and the Wellington Convention Centre. Yes, that means it's less than 300 metres from Linux.conf.au Wellington 2010 which is the week leading up to DrupalSouth!
We're also excited to announce the website for the event at Wellington2010.DrupalSouth.net.nz where announcements will be made and where you will be able to register in the near future. Subscribe to the RSS feed to get the latest news.Read more
DrupalSouth Wellington will be on Saturday and Sunday 23-24 January 2010 – just after LCA. Note that these are not the dates announced earlier this week on Twitter and a few other places (We were were missing some information we thought we had).
The venue is in central Wellington and is amazing! It is just a few hundred metres from Linux.conf.au and the Wellington Convention Center. Keep listening for the announcement sometime in the next two weeks – as soon as contracts are signed and deposits are paid.
Our sponsors have partnered with us to help make DrupalSouth the biggest Drupal event ever in NZ. They are;
- .nz – who bring you great .nz domains like
- Catalyst IT – Specialists in Open Source Technologies
- Egressive – Drupal development, Linux support and hosting
We still have space for plenty more sponsorship – please get in touch if you want to be a part of NZ's greatest Drupal event.
We've confirmed attendance of our featured and keynote speakers from overseas;
- Angela Byron (webchick), Drupal 7 core maintainer
- Emma Jane Hogbin, (emmajane), co-author of Front End Drupal, uber-documenter & Drupal evangelist
- Addisun Berry, (add1sun), Drupal documentation lead
- Liz Henry (lizhenry), Blogher.com developer – the largest community for women bloggers, built on Drupal since 2006
The LCA2010 funding programmes are due to close this Friday so get
your applications in quick!
These funds are designed to fund delegates who contribute to the Open
Source community who, without financial assistance, would not be able
to attend LCA2010.
InternetNZ Oceania Programme - funds people living in
InternetNZ Kiwi Fellowship - funds people living in New Zealand
Google Diverstiy Programme - for people in diverse groups.
To apply, see: http://www.lca2010.org.nz/register/funding