Web Content Developers (CSS/HTML) x 2

 Location: Aberdeen
 Salary: Excellent Day Rate
 Job type: Temporary
 Closes: closed

Web Content Developers (CSS/HTML) x 2

Excellent Day Rate (inside IR35)


Contract, Apr – End of Year, poss extn

Posted Tue 18 February 2020


Start date Apr 20


Meraki Talent are actively looking for 2 Web Content Developers (CSS/HTML) to work within their existing team. The Web Content Developers are not required to build websites from scratch as the structure is there, they need candidates with excellent HTML and CSS skills to help add value to the team.


Responsibilities of the Background of the Web Content Developers (CSS/HTML):


- Providing ongoing support for our clients existing web estate, which consists of over 100 multilingual websites, to tight deadlines.

- Assist the web developers to build out new sites using one of the industry’s leading enterprise level content management systems.


Background of the Web Content Developers (CSS/HTML):


- Experience working as a Web Content or Web Developer is absolutely essential for this role

- Excellent HTML & CSS skills

- Content management experience is essential

- Be passionate about building websites


Is this job for you?  At Meraki, we love recruitment and love words. Is this you?


Gordon wants: Web, Content, Developer, HTML, CSS


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Associate Director - IT & Change

Gordon Willmott

Gordon is one of the founding members of Meraki Talent and heads up the growing IT and change division covering both the financial services and the commerce and industry space. Gordon is an experienced recruiter, having spent over a decade in the industry. In his spare time he mentors for The Princes Trust in Scotland.