Great State has been innovating digital experiences since 1997. We believe in the awesome power of technology to do great things for our clients and the wider world.
We're a team of 80 digital experts across studios in Bristol and London. We’re a truly collaborative agency with a diverse team of strategists, creatives and technologists constantly inventing and re-inventing.
Our size and independence offer you the best of both worlds – we're big enough that you’ll get to work with significant clients on challenging problems, but small enough that everyone has a powerful and important voice. We move fast and look to our tech team to keep us moving toward the future, whether that means cloud native applications, micro services, highly available message queues, or faster deployment pipelines.
You should understand patterns for complex client-side applications, including MVC or Flux, and understand how to leverage functional programming techniques. You should also be comfortable working with CSS processors including PostCSS and SASS and be up to date on modern features such as flexbox and grids.
A keen eye for design is a must as you work alongside our UX and Design departments. Great State takes accessibility seriously, you should be knowledgeable about the W3C WCAG technical standards and how to write compliant semantic HTML.
You should have in-depth knowledge of many of the following:
Thorough understanding of VDOM based library
PostCSS / SASS
Functional programming concepts
Nice to have:
Umbraco or experience with similar platforms
Other languages such as C#, PHP, Java, Go
Gang of Four patterns
RESTful API design
Firebase, Contentful, or other BaaS platforms
In return we offer a fabulous working environment, excellent benefits, the chance to work on exciting projects, a place to learn constantly and make great friends.
For developers specifically, we give you the tools you need to get the job done. You will be provided with an IDE of your choice, funds and time for training, a Xeon E5 powered computer, dual screens, CI/CD with VSTS and a come-as-you-are dress code.
To apply, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your CV and a short cover letter. If you'd prefer a more informal conversation in the first instance, please get in touch using the same email address.