HTML/CSS expert required

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ph3n0m

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Job TypeFull-time LocationDublin Description
JOB SPECIFICATION
Position: HTML/CSS Expert

Department:

Reporting to: Head of Professional Services

Qualification: Web/Graphics Design or 2 years experience

Scope of position:

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Main Duties & Responsibilities

You will be responsible for front end deliverables in our projects. Working with designs supplied in PSD format; building quality xHTML Web & WAP pages. The job will also involve in implementing a JSP taglib into the html pages.

You will also be working with developers to implement functionality that must be represented on the frontend. Working with QA to ensure a quality bug free site is delivered.

Requirements

  • Front end web developer with good UI skills. (CSSMania.com skill level)
  • Expert xHTML and CSS
  • Cross Browser/OS Development (Pc, Mac, Linux) Firefox 1.5/2/IE6/IE7
  • W3C, DDA standards compliance experience
  • Photoshop/Fireworks/Flash skills
  • 2 years commercial front-end experience
  • Samples of online work are essential!



Essential Skills / Attributes

  • Good attention to detail


Desirable Experience

  • JSP (or someone with intermediate PHP skill level looking to learn)
  • Javascript
  • Any frontend mobile development (wml or xhtml)
  • Usability experience
  • DHTML
  • AJAX
Email all CVs
(txt/pdf/doc) to dstanley@newbay.com
 

TheMenace

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What's the company (Newbay?) and salary range? (I'm not interested, just curious!)
 

ph3n0m

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Yup the company is newbay.com

And as for salary:
Circa 30k, flexi time, education support, fast moving company with opportunities to advance
 

TheMenace

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30k is reasonable enough for someone who's just graduated or an undergraduate with 2 years experience who wants to up-skill. How much do you want to get paid for coding HTML?
 

TheMenace

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I agree with 3rigena to a point but I don't think ph3n0m is looking for any kind of guru in any of the technologies other than XHTML/CSS. And to be honest, 30k is a fairly decent salary for a graduate or an undergraduate with 2 years experience and strong knowledge of XHTML/CSS. I'm earning a good bit more than that myself but not a vast amount more... and I have 8 years experience, XHTML, CSS, WCAG, ASP, Ruby, mySQL, MSSQL, Flash and actionscript 2, XML/XSLT, AJAX, DOM/JavaScript and a little PHP. In theory I should be earning over 100k a year. But life's just not like that... the Web industry in Ireland certainly isn't.
 

ph3n0m

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This reminds of the day when job agencies used to throw documents together to indicate what the "average" wage of certain peoples in different sectors were - always felt they were waaaay off the mark with anything related to I.T, especially the web

And dont start the comparissons ofthe same job but in different countries :)
 

TheMenace

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This reminds of the day when job agencies used to throw documents together to indicate what the "average" wage of certain peoples in different sectors were - always felt they were waaaay off the mark with anything related to I.T, especially the web

And dont start the comparissons ofthe same job but in different countries :)
Yeah. Web Design and Development salaries are an absolute joke in Ireland to be honest. Last time I was looking for a job, there were Senior .NET and J2EE roles on offer for a 'generous' 30k-40k. Lovely.
 
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