The Web Developer is responsible for the development and maintenance of web applications and content management system websites. The successful candidate will work closely with a design team and a project manager to deliver websites to clients.
This position reports to the Technical Lead.
U.S. Citizen or Permanent Resident and the ability to obtain a high level Public Trust Federal security clearance.
The Tactile Group is a full solution application development and professional services company that is designed to give a damn. We love civic-focused work and are committed to developing products that improve the lives of others. We work collaboratively with our clients to achieve the objectives of each project through a system of constant communication, efficient project management, extensive research, expert deployment, and continuous improvement.
Tactile is a casual yet professional, creative, and highly productive group of self-motivated colleagues. Tactile offers an inclusive work culture, competitive salaries, and flexible work schedules. Our benefits package includes paid time off (sick/pto/holiday), health insurance (health/dental/vision), FSA account, 401K, and professional development opportunities.
Tactile is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, non-disqualifying physical or mental disability, national origin, veteran status or any other basis covered by appropriate law. All employment is decided on the basis of qualifications, merit, and business need.
What’s the company workflow like?
We work with an exciting array of clients whose programs cover a large swath of topics: education, governmental relations, city infrastructure, and more. Our projects also vary in timelines. Some are multi-year projects that we consistently monitor and improve, while others need to be created in less than a month, such as the website for the city’s campaign to be Amazon’s next HQ.
No matter the deadline, your work will always be backed by experienced supervisors and a supportive team working toward a common goal.
What kind of tech do you use?
Our devs and designers use tools like Adobe Creative Suite, Sketch, Abstract, Miro, Node.js, Expression Engine, and Craft. We believe in our team and trust them to use the right tools for their projects, so designs are not limited to certain softwares or technologies.
To stay organized and connected, our team relies on the Google Suite, Microsoft Suite, and Slack.
What will I learn at Tactile?
First things first, if you’re ambitious and already curious about advancement, we want to meet you. To advance employees’ skills and careers, Tactile provides company-sponsored professional development, such as LinkedIn Learning, fully-funded conferences, courses and webinars.
These accommodations aren’t limited to certain events or curriculums. We are open to any employee requests about an educational or developmental experience that they believe will bolster their skillset.
What do you look for in applicants?
All of the folks at Tactile know and love what they’re doing. Passion for our work and a strong skill set are important, but not everything for our team. We pride ourselves on the genuine employees we already have and appreciate people who seem like they can add to our existing company culture.
To get a feel for candidates’ potential success at our company, certain applicants will have a separate sit-down with Tactile employees so we can hear feedback from our staff. Maintaining company cohesion is crucial to our mission.
Tactile is growing and wants to bring talented, team-building technologists along for the ride.
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