About the job WordPress Developer
We are completely remote. You choose your favorite spot to work and help customers every day. It’s all up to you. Though we are scattered all over the world, we keep in touch with everyone daily so you’ll never feel isolated or alone.
We’re interested in your growth. Your career opportunities are limitless. Start off in one role, work hard, learn, and we will be more than happy to help you advance in your career.
We are looking for a WordPress Developer who is a self-starter who loves taking initiative and seeing things through from conception to completion. Our developers often "own" features/tasks and are responsible for scoping, development, and testing.
You're an excellent communicator, fluent in both verbal and written English, who makes sure nothing slips through the cracks. We believe communication is critical and there is no such thing as over-communicating.
You have the curiosity and desire to learn and grow your skills.
You're passionate about leaving your mark on the web for all to see and are excited to work on tasks that impact millions of users.
Common responsibilities include (but are not limited to):
Triaging bugs and small enhancements that come into GitHub.
Scoping, writing, and testing new product features and addons.
Refactoring legacy code with particular attention to backward compatibility.
Providing feedback and peer review for other developers (Github PRs).
Communicating with the team and supporting your peers using chat, audio, and video.
Professional experience with WordPress plugin development, architecture, and standards.
Advanced proficiency with PHP and MySQL, including modern PHP practices (OOP, autoloading, namespacing, traits, interfaces, etc).
Strong familiarity with JavasScript (vanilla JS, jQuery, ES6, etc).
Ability to use and extend build tools like gulp and webpack.
Familiarity with package managers such as Composer and NPM.
Experience working with third-party APIs (Eg Stripe, Drip, Zapier, etc).
Competent with version control through git and GitHub.
The ability to iterate and ship ideas quickly.
Exceptional troubleshooting skills.
Ability to keep complex ideas and features simple. (Simplicity is a core value!)
Previous freelance or remote work experience.
Bonus points if you also have:
Experience with e-commerce platforms or related APIs (WooCommerce, Stripe, PayPal, etc).
Experience with DevOps or infrastructure management.
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