The Brockley business cluster grows

Is Brockley building a proper small business cluster at last? Local architects Green Tea have picked up a RIBA prize nomination, live/work community Dragonfly Place (formerly Martin's Yard) is starting to attract business tenants and now Harefield Road tech startup Patchwork Present is hiring again. They say:

Patchwork Present is a group gift platform that lets friends come together to fund one gift that’s really wanted – piece by piece.

Our site is launching soon and so we're looking for a new team member (initially offering a three month contract) to bring our site maintenance and development in house. You will be taking over from our external team of developers to manage the site day to day and working with our Tech Director to plan new feature development.

On top of general web knowledge, you will be experienced in Drupal 7, PHP, Javascript, HTML and CSS. You will also be in control of the web hosting and liaison with the hosting company so Linux and SSH experience is helpful.

In the future you may be setting up a development environment using Vagrant, Git and maybe even Chef or Puppet. Future development work will involve elements of Drupal 7 module and theme work and interfacing to external APIs.

On a day to day basis we currently use Podio for project management, feature requests and bug tracking. Other apps used are Google Analytics, MailChimp for newsletter campaigns and Mandrill for transactional emails. An artistic and creative eye is useful as you will be involved with any UX work.

Please email us your CV and a short paragraph about why you would like to work for Patchwork Present hello@patchworkpresent.com. Salary is based on experience - up to £200 a day

2 comments:

Guest said...

Ace vans seems to have disappeared...

Monkeyboy said...

possibly because the site is being redeveloped so they've moved

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