Are you a Drupal rock star? Can you bend style sheets to your will? Do your non-technical clients sing your praises?
The North Carolina Biotechnology Center needs you! We have an opening for a Drupal developer to support the technical side of the corporate website, our intranet, and third-party sites that perform critical business functions.
This job has several parts. First, you’ll need to maintain what we have, including custom modules. Second, you’ll work across the Center’s many units to develop new applications, which will include outlining requirements, development, testing, launch and ongoing monitoring. Third, you’ll work directly with communications to improve site design and more tightly integrate content (we have more than 4,000 pages!) across the site. Finally, this position supports our jobs board, which is a Ruby application.
We’ve said you need to be a Drupal and CSS whiz. Tell us about that. We also need to know you can interact with your internal clients, and help them to feel like a part of the process.
Minimum requirements include:
• A four-year degree in a relevant field
• Three years of relevant work in web development
• Experience using Drupal to administer web sites as well as develop custom modules and themes
• Experience with the development life cycle, working in development/ staging and production environments
Experience with migrations or connecting Drupal sites to external databases or systems is a plus.
Please email letter of interest and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
North Carolina Biotechnology Center
The North Carolina Biotechnology Center is a non-profit organization created by the North Carolina General Assembly to promote the biotechnology industry in North Carolina.
The Biotechnology Center's programs touch academic research, small and large business, education programs, genomics, forestry and even international groups.
Note: The Biotechnology Center does not pay relocation expenses.
The Biotechnology Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
How to apply
Published: Tuesday, September 23, 2014 13:20 UTC
Last updated: Tuesday, February 28, 2017 23:43 UTC