[Noisebridge-jobs] Front-end JS dev needed at Mother Jones

Luke Smith ninechars at gmail.com
Thu Sep 29 13:20:48 PDT 2011

This is a full-time position with benefits. The intention is to make it a
permanent union position. Javascript programmers are encouraged to apply.

*    *LS


*Mother Jones* seeks a web developer with advanced JavaScript skills to help
us build interactive elements for various online projects.

*Mother Jones* is a nonprofit, independent news organization that
specializes in investigative journalism both in print and online, with a
30-plus year history of publishing groundbreaking, award-winning content.

Our website, *MotherJones.com*, has seen record increases in traffic during
2011. We are currently planning on expanding the content we offer to include
more interactive elements. We arelooking for a skilled JavaScript programmer
who can work with our front-end and our back-end web developer to develop
these new features.


  Advanced JavaScript programming skills

  Solid knowledge of HTML and CSS

  Experience with integrating code with a content management system


  Experience with the Drupal CMS

  PHP programming experience

  Mobile web/app development experience

We are looking for someone to work full time out of our downtown San
Francisco office, located two blocks from the Montgomery Street BART/Muni
station. This is a six-month position with the potential to transition to a
full-time, permanent job. *Mother Jones* has a great benefits program that
includes paid health, dental, and vision coverage.

If you are someone who enjoys working on data visualization, making dynamic
changes to the DOM, and cross-browser testing, this might bejust the job for

To apply, please send a résumé and cover letter to jobs at motherjones.com with
"Web Developer" in the subject line.  No calls, please.

Luke Smith
luke.thomas.smith at gmail.com
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