[thelist] OT: Job Ad - Junior Web Developer, London UK

bubba bubba at cwazy.co.uk
Fri Jun 10 10:53:29 CDT 2005

Mook Vacancy: Junior Web Developer
About Mook:
Mook (http://www.mook.co.uk) is a creative digital consultancy specializing
in engaging communications for consumer audiences. It is five years old,
independent and features in both the current Marketing and NMA ‘Top 100 new
media agency’ listings. Its management team includes Phil Jones, formerly
Vice Chairman of EHS Brann, and draws together industry leaders from design,
communications and technology. Passionate about the effectiveness of its
creative work, the consultancy’s continuing aim is to build strong, lasting
relationships with its clients, which include Channel 4, Disney, The
Football Association, ITV, MTV Networks Europe, Nickelodeon UK & Europe,
Sport England, The Sunday Times, the V&A, Virgin EMI and YouthNet.
Job summary:
Junior Web Developer required to work in conjunction with the technical,
design and production teams to assist in the creation of dynamic websites,
online games and CD-ROM content. This role is be on the technical side,
working closely with the design team to execute the desired creative
Main Responsibilities:
Web page production and site building.
Email creation.
Essential skills: 
HTML/DHTML/CSS 1&2 and other relevant technologies required to build
websites to the latest standards.
A sound working knowledge of accessibility and usability best practices.
Solid understanding of browser and platform compatibility issues.
Intermediate-level scripting ability (PHP/MySQL preferred).
Familiarity with web design software (Adobe Photoshop, Macromedia Fireworks,
Adobe Illustrator).
Excellent communication skills.
Motivated and consistently reliable. 
Proactive and works on own initiative.
Good sense of humour and easy going nature.
The salary for this position will be dependant upon experience - in the
range of approx. £18k-£22k.
Please apply to dev-junior-vacancy at mook.co.uk including a CV and links to
examples of your work.
No agencies please.

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