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Web developer

18/06/19 8:43
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Full Time
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At EasySEO, we are a Lithuanian internet marketing and business consulting company with 8 years of professional expertise. We also offer professional website programming services which involves CMS updates, migration, bug fixing and optimizing for search engines.

Our website developers team is looking for you  - experienced and well-motivated developer.

Main duties:

  • Writing well designed, testable, efficient code by using best software development practices

  • Integrating data from various back-end services and databases

Required qualifications:

  • Experience with a CMS (Drupal, WordPress, Joomla)

  • Good  understanding of SEO

  • Good Knowledge on front end web development skills (HTML / CSS)

  • Degree or diploma in computer science or related discipline

  • Good verbal and written communication skills

  • Strong problem solving skills

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