Job DescriptionThis Web Designer/Front End Developer Assistant role provides an opportunity for the successful candidate to join a growing hobby company with a strong online presence. The candidate would be able to bring fresh ideas and innovation to a changing marketplace.
Warlord Games is keen to recruit a local young person to start their career within a web support role
• To assist in the continual development and maintenance of the Warlord games websites and online stores
• To develop the Warlord online presence to promote sales
• Maintenance and development of ecommerce webstores and other sites
• Exploration, development and implementation of apps or services that aid our running of the Warlord sites
• Creation of design elements and online advertisements
• Creation of digital elements for promotional campaigns with part-ners
• Ongoing website design and improvements in functionality, user experience, SEO, information structure, etc.
• Development of targeted promotional capability
• Development of the reporting capability
• Aiding and coaching the web team in their development of tech-nical skills
• Ensure webstore integration with Netsuite business system
• Special technical projects as they arise
Jointly Accountable for:
• Hitting the agreed web sales budget (by increasing the number of orders placed & increasing the average transaction value)
• Security and uptime of the web sites & stores
• The look and feel of the Warlord sites
• Site performance and functionality
• Newsletter technical functionality
Working WeekMonday – Friday 9:00am – 5:00pm
Requirements & Prospects
QualificationsA minimum of 5 GCSE’s C and above Including Maths, English and ICT (or equivalents)
- HTML/ CSS/ JAVA SCRIPT/ JQUERY
- Experience of developing a basic functional web page
- • Strong communication skills
- Keen to develop skills
Future ProspectsFull permanent prospects
The qualification will consist of:
• Level 2 Functional Skills English and Maths (if applicable).
• Knowledge Module 1 – Software Development Methodologies Part 1 (Introduction).
• Knowledge Module 2 – Programming Part 1 (Introduction).
• Knowledge Module 1 – Software Development Methodologies Part 2 (Plus Exam).
• Knowledge Module 2 – Programming Part 2 (Plus Exam).
On completion of this apprenticeship, you will be awarded BCS accredited Knowledge Modules covering the following topics: Software Development Context, Methodologies and Programming. You will also be eligible to apply for entry onto the register of IT Technicians confirming SFIA L3 Professional Competence.
*Knowledge Modules are specified by the British Computer Society (BCS)