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FRONT END WEB DESIGNER

Join a collaborative of thought leaders and storytellers with clients from New York to Paris, who live and work in Upstate New York to be closer to the Adirondacks. We experience annual exponential growth based on continual new business referral. Forget cutting-edge, we're engaged in the bleeding-edge conversation, pushing the envelope on leveraging technology, innovating and testing new customer engagement with today's digital and social audiences and communities.


JOB DESCRIPTION
We're in the immediate need for a front end web designer to join our growing kickass digital team. As a Trainor designer, you'll interact with a large variety of projects among our many clients, and will be hand crafting custom design files into modern, responsive websites.

RESPONSIBILITIES
Design kickass websites
Build out design files into modern and responsive html templates
Test for cross browser compatibility
Manage and execute client support requests and website content
Document (video included!) content management system functionality
Train clients on maintaining their own websites

WHO YOU ARE
Know HTML5, CSS3, and jQuery like the back of your hand
Have a love/hate relationship with Creative Cloud
Not afraid of content management systems (primarily SilverStripe)
Can debate the benefits of Bootstrap over Foundation, and vice versa
DevTools is your best friend
Nimble with your code
Take the time to comment and document
Like to dip your toes into back end code
Love to try out the latest and greatest technologies
Do you have an open type relation

WHAT'S YOUR PERSONALITY
Geek enthusiast
Problem solver
Organizer
Sense of humor
Self-directed
Positivity
Client-centric
Greater good

WHY TRAINOR
We are all, at heart, storytellers, and think of things differently
We embrace all types of new technology, languages, and techniques
We have a wide variety of clients from all over the world
You can use the tools you love
Cubes are not our friends
Some days sunglasses are required (come see us to find out why)

If you are interested, please send us (in confidence) your projects you are most proud of and tell us the stories behind them. We take pride in our work and love to help our clients tell their stories to the world.


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