I’m Hiring a Graduate UI Developer at Yell

Update – this position has now been filled. You can look at all of the jobs available in Digital on the careers website

I’m looking for a talented junior/graduate developer to come and join my team at Yell. We work exclusively on the Yell.com search engine, dealing with over 20 million users a month. I’ve got some fantastic senior developers working for me, and we need a junior developer in the team.

Here is the job description on the Yell Careers site

I’m looking for a person who is adaptable and are willing to learn new technology quickly. I’m after a developer who will do the right thing for the long-term, over fixing a problem quickly. I want developers who are familiar with new technology, and how it can be applied to get the absolute best performance out of the web browser, and importantly, I need someone who can appreciate the differences in browsers and know how to get the best out of them, no matter how big or small the screen size is.

In return, you will get freedom to implement features as you see fit, and access to the tools that you need to do your job. The role is based in central Reading, just by the mainline train station (25 minutes from London Paddington). The office itself is large and spacious, with some of the best views over the city, and pretty decent coffee throughout the rest of the building. There’s a whole host of other benefits (including competitive salaries, naturally) that you’ll be told about if you join us.

If you want to apply, or know more information, contact me, tweet me, or just apply. Please note, you have to be eligible to work in the UK or hold a valid work visa to get either of these roles.

If UI development isn’t your thing, Yell.com engineering is hiring for the following roles:

I’ll do my best to strike these positions out when they’re filled, and apologies in advance if I’m not fast enough.

Good luck!

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Steve Workman

Steve Workman is the Head of Web Engineering at Yell. He is also an organiser for London Web Standards is an occasional public speaker, talking about web performance and web standards

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