Experienced WordPress Web designer with a passion for Motorsport
Enjoys working multiple varied roles with a passion to grow our business and expand our customers.
Are you an experienced web developer?
Based in Polegate, East Sussex, StuLane.com is a small web agency specialising in WordPress-based websites for the motorsport industry and providing media services at circuits UK-wide.
We’ve been going since 2014, and are expanding our team to meet demand from our clients.
We’re after an experienced, full-time web developer to work on new and current website builds, work on day to day website tasks and troubleshoot any issues.
What we offer
· A huge opportunity to develop this role and make it your own
· Full-time position with an immediate start
· Option to work from home
· An office near road and transport links
· The chance to work with varied clients, many of whom are in the motorsport industry
Our ideal candidate will have:
· A keen interest in the motorsport industry (although this is not essential)
· 2+ years’ proven experience in similar website development role(s), developing & managing websites
· Experience with WooCommerce and WordPress Plugins/Themes
· Website troubleshooting skills with a determination to improve the user experience
· Strong knowledge of social media
· Knowledge of B2C and/or B2B experience preferred
· Excellent technical ability and willingness to learn new systems
· Self-motivation: You are as happy working on your own as you are collaborating with others
· Proven ability to prioritise and organise workflow and juggle multiple tasks and conflicting deadlines
· Superb written and oral communication skills
· An understanding of on and off-page SEO
Sound like you?
We will ask all shortlisted candidates to carry out the same task, taking up to two hours, to establish your skill level. We cannot consider your application if you are not prepared to undertake this.
Job Type: Full-time
Salary: £25,000.00-£30,000.00 per year
If you’re interested in the role, please get in touch using the form below: