We’re Hiring!

So, we’re hiring! We want to expand the web design and development team and we hope that all of you beautiful and talented people would like to work with us.

Definition and Nature of the Work
Web designers are responsible for creating the look and feel of World Wide Web pages for a client’s Web site. This involves developing a graphic design that effectively communicates the ideas being promoted by the Web site. A web designer may take part in the initial planning of a Web site, meeting with the client to discuss ideas for the layout and organization of the site, the types of colors or images to use (photos, illustrations, videos, etc.), and other matters concerning overall graphic design. Sometimes a web producer has already developed a basic concept for the web page. In this case it is the web designer’s task to create a design that matches the producer’s ideas.

Because web designers work with a client or web producer to develop and refine ideas, they must have strong verbal and visual communications skills. Designers should be able to listen closely to the client and create pages that reflect what the client is looking for. They also need to be flexible because they may be called upon to change their designs. Since Web sites are constantly updated to remain current, a designer has to be able to work well under the pressure of tight deadlines and changing demands.

What We Are Looking For
We are looking to hire people who know their jobs. People who know that a website, above all, is a marketing tool. Specifically, we require that you be proficient (or willing to learn) in the following:

  • PHP
  • CSS & HTML
  • The art of using Photoshop or similar software
  • Javascript

We develop primarily on the WordPress platform and so knowledge of how to work with WordPress (or any other CMS) is an added bonus.

Please send a brief cover letter, your CV/resume and samples of your work when you apply. You may apply by sending an email to hello[at]nickelpro.com

Thank you for your time. Please remember that you don’t have to be in Kenya to get the job!

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  1. Paul Kevin says:

    Count me sooooooooooooo in

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