[Phpwm] Freelancer Required
dcaunt at gmail.com
Mon Sep 28 14:22:54 UTC 2009
My employer, IE, is currently looking for a freelancer/part-time developer
over October and November to help with an increasing workload. This may
eventually lead to a permanent position, if desired, though interest in the
long term is not a requirement. We're primarily looking for expertise in PHP
and Zend Framework. Good knowledge of standards compliant, cross browser
compatible HTML and CSS is a must have. The majority of our work is bespoke,
though some is built on Wordpress so experience with modification/extension
may be beneficial. If this sounds like you, please do get in touch via email
in the first instance, citing references to previous work or a portfolio.
We've unlimited fresh coffee, a beautiful open plan studio and table
tennis. Please see the information below for more about IE, or check out our
website at http://www.iedesign.co.uk/
*IE is an award-winning design and web consultancy specialising in digital
and interactive media for organisations in the Third Sector.
Key distinguishing factors are IE’s in-house strength within the fields of
brand and screen design and our outstanding technical team. Excellence in
design, usability expertise and exceptional coding standards, combined with
our intelligent, problem solving approach, ensures that IE’s solutions don’t
just look great – they deliver.
IE’s company culture and brand is built upon our core values. It’s these
that fuel our passion for excellence and our drive for continuous
improvement. We were thrilled to have this publicly commended as recent
Winners of the 2008/9 Creative Cities Award for Best Brand.
As the UK’s only ‘Lean Design Consultancy’ IE continuously reviews and
improves the way we work. IE’s ability to add value to projects through
implementing quality systems to ensure project and quality management sets
us apart in an industry that has all too often seen efficiency and
creativity as mutually exclusive – and it’s for this reason that IE was
shortlisted in the Outstanding Innovation category of the Creative Cities
Awards 2008/9 and was awarded ISO9001 accreditation in November 2008.
*Clients include: NHS, Scripture Union, Farming and Countryside Education,
Aidis Trust, Church of England, World Vision, UNISON, NESTA, Learning and
Skills Council, Vax, Allied Irish Bank, Energy & Utility Skills Council,
Scholastic, Sport England, Digital Birmingham, UFA and University of
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