Drupal Web Developer - Full Stack

The Royal College of Nursing


Job Description

RCNi is looking to bring in an additional full stack Drupal web developer. This is an exciting role where you will be working with a variety of stakeholders, which will assist in RCNi's continuing digital transformation.

The main focus of the role will be development of an existing Drupal 7 website which integrates with a number of externally developed and hosted platforms. Will be working with an in-house and external development teams to help meet company requirements.

It is essential that you have experience of developing websites using PHP and have previously developed using Drupal 7 including writing own custom modules. Knowledge of frontend and backend development is required, as at times you will be required to take projects from concept through to delivery.

Other useful skills would include knowledge of Drupal 8, Jira/Atlassian products, wider range of JavaScript libraries (Ajax/Node) and working in an agile environment.

We'll give you a highly competitive salary, generous annual leave allowance and a friendly working environment in our Harrow office, just 15 minutes from Baker Street or Marylebone.

Please see the role description and person specification for further details. Please submit all applications online, using the supporting statement template provided by the specified closing date.

To apply for this role, please visit our website by clicking the APPLY button.

Closing date: 29th July 2018.
Assessment and Interview Date: To be confirmed


  • Location : Harrow
  • Reference : 2532689_RP452044826/477167316
  • Salary: From 36774.00. uopto 40257.00. Paid Annual.
  • Closing Date:
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