Software Engineer

Posted June 25

Portland

full-time

ThinkShout

We craft compelling open source engagement solutions in partnership with forward-thinking clients.

Software Engineers at ThinkShout are responsible for the delivery of world-class open source solutions built with Drupal, PHP, Symfony, Angular, Ember, Ruby, Jekyll, Node.js and anything else that serves our clients, the nonprofit tech community, and is a blast to play (and work) with.

Qualifications

  • TDD, PHP, SQL, JS, SCM, AJAX/AHAH, HTML5, SASS, and CSS (to name a few) are much more than just acronyms to you.
  • One year of experience developing with Drupal.
  • Two years of experience working with other open source frameworks.
  • You get Git.
  • Following coding standards and other programming best practices is, well, fun!
  • You have an interest in working with new, emergent web technologies and concepts, such as decoupled apps.
  • You’re a self-starter; you care about your development tools; you stay on top of new technologies and development best practices.
  • You don’t mind spending time in the programming trenches.
  • You want to make a commitment to our team, work, community, and clients.
  • The ability to work onsite at our Portland, OR office.

Compensation Package

  • A competitive salary.
  • Comprehensive benefits package including health insurance with dental, vision, and alternative care, a matching 401k, life insurance, short term disability insurance, and a very generous 30 days of PTO, including holidays.
  • Get paid to learn and go to conferences, such as DrupalCon, OSCON, and the Nonprofit Technology Conference.
  • A focus on work/life balance, including a flexible office hours policy.

Next Steps

Send us a cover letter focusing on why you’re interested in a career at ThinkShout, a resume in PDF format or your LinkedIn profile and as many of the following details as you can:

  • Links to open source software contributions you have made (code posted to GitHub, Drupal.org, etc.).
  • A link to your Drupal.org and/or GitHub user profiles.
  • A list of open source conferences you have attended, as well as user groups you have frequented.
  • A description of your local development environment and programming workflow.
  • Any questions you might have for us here at ThinkShout.
  • An answer to this question: If you had to choose one object (other than your laptop) to keep in your team’s space, what would it be?

We look forward to hearing from you!

How to Apply

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