Remote, Remote, United Kingdom
£18,000 - £25,000 per annum
This role is suitable for people with a mix of debugging and development experience as well as outstanding communication skills, with a desire to do their best work. We are looking for people with empathy, writing skills, accountability, WordPress knowledge, and an ability to interpret code.
SMILE produces websites and products for universities and related organisations. Whilst we are a small team, we are setting the bar for quality and innovation in this space, helping them become more timely, personal and authentic. With millions of people using our websites every month, you'll play an important role in ensuring our output remains at the highest possible standards - it’s your opportunity to make a difference and do some of the best work of your career whilst you’re at it.
We expect our team to work hard and create the best, but you’ll be part of a relaxed, supportive and friendly team of talented and knowledgeable people that will help you to develop your skills. Importantly, we care about our employees - overtime is not a badge of honour and we put a lot of effort into planning to mitigate the need for it.
If you have any questions about SMILE, or you'd like to meet the team before you apply, give us a call on 0800 358 3608.
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This is a part-time position, so the salary with be pro-rata'd. This is a remote position, but we are looking for people in the UK timezone.
We expect our staff and customers to adhere to our code of conduct at all times.
A growing part of our business is a product that allows universities and colleges to run online open days. These can take place outside of core business hours and sometimes, on weekends. You will be expected to help with some of these events.
How to apply
If this sounds of interest, follow the instructions below to submit an application.
Remember that your writing style and detail to attention is paramount in this position, so write a covering letter. Be sure to capitalise 'SMILE' and if you tell us about the typo in this job listing, we'll know you read things thoroughly!
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