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Drupal Developer

Making it work and working it out.

What You'll Do

You’ll work on a mix of interesting support projects for worthy organizations, solve problems in code, and work in a team using agile methodologies. You will work with our support manager to take care of the day-to-day support tasks related to client websites, at times communicating directly with our clients. These tasks can be varied – from fixing a PHP error on a university department site, to training content editors on their new D8 site, to applying Drupal security updates. You’ll collaborate and pair with members of the extended team on larger problems, and by being exposed to a myriad of configurations, systems, and processes learn at an accelerated pace. This is an entry-level/intermediate position with much growth potential.

Qualifications

Excellent communication skills. Not only do we like talking, you’ll also be (shock!) speaking with our wonderful clients.

  • Web fundamentals. You must know how to bend the Internet to your will using our basic tech (HTML, CSS, JS, PHP, git). Provide some work samples (projects, code, URLs) so we can admire your masterpieces.
  • You don’t need to memorize the Forms API, but knowing the structure of Drupal code, being able to use these conventions to create code other Drupal developers can use, and having the contextual knowledge to jump into (reasonably) well-structured Drupal projects is essential.
  • Familiarity with Drupal sitebuilding and its power. We need folks who know when to site build, and when to get deep into the code (again, please provide samples).
  • Familiarity with patching and upgrading sites.

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  • Drupal cloud hosting providers like Pantheon, Acquia, Platform.sh
  • Site migrations
  • Wordpress development
  • Translating functional requirements into technical architecture
  • Writing clear and concise documentation
  • Showing teammates how to use your favorite technologies
  • Performance testing and tuning

Working with us

Kalamuna builds practical solutions that empower organizations and individuals. You’ll work on a reasonable mix of interesting projects for mission-driven organizations, and be counted upon to solve problems in code in a team context leveraging agile methodologies.

We’re committed to your excellence and continued development, so we’ll help you do the work you love to do, and explore the ideas that help you grow.

Kalamuna offers many benefits including health insurance, pre-tax commuter funds,  a continued learning stipend, Simple IRA, a flexible PTO policy, federal holidays and catered Friday lunches. We also organize team building workshops and company-wide conference attendance.

We’re looking for individuals with a broad range of interests and experiences. Your story, your passion is what interests us most.

To Apply

  • Tell us about a client project where you helped them shine brighter than they could’ve imagined.
  • Tell us about an outcome that your engineering made possible.
  • Show us something impractical, possibly funny, that you’ve built.

About Kalamuna

Kalamuna makes the Internet for rabble-rousing organizations driven to tinker, critique, and change the way things are. We like to play with the existing state of affairs by testing strategies, coming up with new solutions, new paradigms, and new ways of doing things. It’s this restless, change-making mindset that gets anything worth doing done. We have it and our clients have it. And it’s what drives our work in design, strategy, user experience, and development. When we play, mission-driven organizations win.

Non-discrimination Statement

Kalamuna is committed to eradicating institutional discrimination and bias, and to uplifting the lived experiences of all minorities.

As such, Kalamuna welcomes applications from all backgrounds, particularly from people of color; women; LGBTQ people; immigrants or refugees; people who are differently-abled; and people from low- or moderate-income backgrounds. Kalamuna is an equal-opportunity, affirmative action employer and does not discriminate in its employment decisions on the basis of race, creed, color, ethnicity, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender expression, age, height, weight, disability status, veteran status, military obligations, marital status and policy party affiliation, or on any other basis that would be in violation of any applicable federal, state or local law.

 

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