Drupal Web Designer Required | Moxwai

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Employment type: 
Full time
Employment type: 
Contract
Telecommute: 
Allowed

Work for an exciting web design company with national and international clients. We are a fun team producing amazing websites.
We have a position for someone, initially on a contract basis for 6 months, with a view to you being offered an extended contract or full time work.

We are looking for a Drupal Web Designer. If you are the sort of person that can build Drupal websites to very high standards in world record time, then you are the person we are looking for. You will be working with clients predominantly in New Zealand and Australia to build, maintain and upgrade Drupal Websites. You will be working mainly with the core and stronger contributed modules to build websites for our clients. If you have the ability to write modules in php that will be a bonus, but definitely not essential.

Essential Experience:
- 2+ years’ experience in a commercial web environment
- Drupal 6 & 7
- Views/arguments
- Commerce and Ubercart 2/3
- Drupal themeing
- Cpanel
- understanding of MYSQL
- Jquery
- PHP
- MYSQL
- CSS3
- HTML
- Responsive design
- SEO
- Social Media

Nice to have:
- Drush
- WordPress
- Linux/BASH
- Adobe suite/GIMP
- Drupal Module development
- SCRUM/Agile
- WHM / VPS

Your Qualities
You must be able to use systems such as quality control and time tracking
You must be process driven
Outstanding problem solving and communication skills
Determined mind when approaching technical challenges
The ability to innovate
Great organisational skills
Attention to detail is a must, attention to detail is a must and attention to detail is a must!!!
An eye for design/spacing
The ability to meet deadlines
Ability to liaise with clients
Ability to prioritise
Ability to work by yourself and motivate yourself
Preferably live in Taranaki, but if you are the right person, telecommute is ok, must live in New Zealand.
If working from home you will have your own office.
English as first language preferred.