We're hiring web people at The Guardian

 by Martin Belam, 20 July 2010

We're hiring some people for the Guardian's technology and web design teams. If you fancy working in Kings Place on the world's best newspaper website, then there are a few roles, and the closing date for applications is July 30th.

Web designers x 2

"Our design desk is looking for light to middleweight web designers to help us produce an exciting portfolio of editorial and commercial work. Working to our house style for look and feel, usability and accessibility, the individual projects range from designing complete mini-sites to building on existing templates to enhance content pages and fronts and creating transactional components, complex tables and grids. Working in consultation with the senior design team, editorial, commercial and technical teams and external clients, ideal candidates will be confident about creating engaging designs to create intuitive, accessible user journeys from concept to final realisation, working to strict deadlines. Candidates should have a good working knowledge of InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator and Flash. A good understanding of html, css, web standards and accessibility would also be beneficial." - Find out more

Software developers x 2

"We are seeking 2 developers to join our software development team creating, developing, managing, and maintaining our software platforms, systems and applications for a variety of delivery platforms, working with editorial and commercial teams as well as external partners." - Find out more

Product Manager

"We are seeking a Product Manager to design and deliver a portfolio of digital products for Guardian Jobs using, and extending, the Guardian NPD process. The Product Manager will work across GNM and with external suppliers to manage and report on the NPD process from inception to delivery, including budget management and P&L analysis." - Find out more

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