Join the BarkWeb Team
BarkWeb is a well established web and digital marketing agency in the wonderful town of Eastbourne. We have a portfolio of over 160 clients and are dedicated to providing an exemplary level of service to all. Our office is in Eastbourne town centre and minutes from Eastbourne train station, the main bus links are around the corner and there is easy access to on-street parking for drivers.
As a growing company we are currently expanding our team and looking for Web Developers, Web Designers and Digital Marketeers who can hit the ground running and join a small but mighty team.
PLEASE NO RECRUITMENT AGENTS.
- Junior Web DesignerJunior Web Designer
Junior Web Designer
We’re looking for a Junior or Graduate Web Designer who can hit the ground running on designing and creating bespoke websites for an array of businesses. You should be highly enthusiastic and motivated and thoroughly involved in being a part of our super creative and innovative environment. You’ll use the latest design technology and work on the life cycle of client projects, from meeting stage to launch, as well as helping to support our wide and varied existing client base.
You’ll have a passion for design and a yearning for personal and professional development, as you’ll be afforded the opportunities and the time to broaden your skills set. The position requires strong team working skills, an ability to meet deadlines under pressure, excellent creative mindset with problem solving ability and of course an eye for detail. Ideally you’ll also have a portfolio that’s full of ideas, creativity and innovation.
- Web DeveloperWeb Developer
We're looking for a Web Developer with a compulsion for code cleanliness, good structure and a 'can-do' attitude.You pride yourself in your ability to spot problems and code smells in a block, and you’re always looking to improve upon existing code.
You love writing new code and creating an elegant solution to a problem, but you get legacy code and the hurdles that accompany it. You can appreciate a quick, clean, documented hot fix is just as important to the end user as the nifty new feature you’re building.
You question the status quo; nothing is set in stone, and everything can be improved upon.