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Web Developer

Company Name:
Advantage Business Media
ABM is a mid sized publishing company on the bleeding edge of the digital publishing industry. We have 20-something sites standardized on a Drupal based platform, with lots of interesting technology (Angular, Ruby, all manner of AWS) in support of our mission to connect our readers with fresh, technical content and our advertisers with an engaged and educated reader base.
We are searching for a Web Developer to join our team in our office in Rockaway, NJ (not Manhattan!). Once you get on board you'll have plenty of opportunity to have a big impact on the technical direction of one of the more nimble and intelligent companies in the digital publishing space, a market that is evolving rapidly every day of the week.
- 2+ years of modern web development experience.
- PHP
- Good communication skills
Nice to have:
- Drupal
- Linux, Git
- MySQL, CSS, JS
- Publishing/Advertising experience
- Experience with the Acquia platform
- Custom theming experience, we have a large redesign project coming up this winter
Super bonus points for interest in any of these:
- Custom module building
- Features
- SOLR
- Jenkins
- A passion for optimization
- AngularJS - we were ahead of the "headless Drupal" curve and have multiple products already in production.
- DFP
- Single Sign On
- Knowledge of analytics, how they work, how they're implemented.
The hiring process is all about identifying the candidate that will best fit a tight-knit team. Having a presence on the web that we can peruse will boost your signal above the noise tremendously.
Above all, we're looking for intelligent, curious developers who want to learn new things every day and teach their coworkers about them as they do.

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