Do you want to jump into the Technology industry? Do you have interests in designing web sites? You may love our Entry Level Web Designer opportunity! In this role you will have the opportunity to manage and perform fulfillment, creation and delivery of web design projects for small-medium businesses while managing a small to medium size book of business.

What you’ll do:

  • We will teach you how to create the website layout and functionality using our in-house templates and design resources. You will also learn how to troubleshoot and resolve template functionality issues.
  • You will complete consultative orientations with new customers following a Full Service Design package sale.
  • You will complete site reviews with customers to present completed websites.
  • You will effectively assess the scope of the design project, educate customers on process and set clear expectations to ensure on-time and in-budget delivery.
  • You will also be able to troubleshoot and resolve template functionality issues.

Who you are:

  • You will have a strong understanding of the WordPress environment, installs, clones, backups, plugins, themes (required)
  • You have a basic understanding on graphics (DPI, RGB, HEX, RASTERRIZED, PNG, WEB READY and JPGS)
  • You will have a creative eye for design
  • You have basic understanding of CSS and HTML
  • You have great communications skills both over the phone and in email.
  • You are confident in your decision-making abilities, critical thinking skills and you come with a self-starter attitude!
  • Web Design experience (WordPress Portfolio)

Why you’ll love us:

  • We break for fitness. The onsite gym makes it easy to sneak in a quick workout.
  • Celebrate with us. Ain’t no party like a Tempe party. Our winter employee blowout is an event to remember, and during our quarterly Hi-5 events, expect a lot of cheering, awards for incredible work, and always plenty of food and adult beverages.
  • Brain breaks. Ping pong, pool, video games, pinball, arcade games, and board games, help you connect with your colleagues in fun ways. If you really need to kick back and relax, take a swing in our hammocks.
  • Volunteering is at our core. We’re a feel good group of people, and we love to spend time in our communities - like helping beautify the city, and teaching at-risk kids about STEM. We can always use another helping hand!
  • Expand your career. In our Tempe office you’ll have access to a lot of teams supporting our web presence, SiteBuilder, and email marketing teams. So don’t fear getting bored - we’ll help you expand your horizons by exposing you to career opportunities you didn’t know existed.
  • We’ve got you covered. From 401k, generous PTO, tuition reimbursement, casual dress code and excellent medical, dental, and vision - we’re there for you!

 

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