Havas Lynx is a healthcare communications agency headquartered in Manchester. From our City Centre offices, we create and deliver a wide range of engaging digital solutions, including responsive websites, microsites, mobile applications and games, to name a few.
We’re a large agency, so we are structured into teams of around 25-30 people which facilitates better team work, communication, efficiency and collaboration. It means we can be more creative and also more responsive to our clients. We now have an opportunity for an experienced Front end Developer to join one of our most established teams.
From a technical point of view, we’re keen to hear from applicants who have either worked in a creative or digital agency, or a software development house. You will be able to show us a strong portfolio of work which portrays your individuality, technical knowledge and coding skills – you should be able to clearly demonstrate strong capability in all aspects of Front End Development; but especially PHP and WordPress.
Professionally and personally, we’re looking for a team player. You should be a great problem solver. You’ll be asked to make recommendations as to the best technical approach – sometimes this is going to allow you to flex your muscles and also learn new things, sometimes you’re going to be looking for the simplest and quickest solution – we’re not about reinventing the wheel or the use of fancy tech for the sake of fancy tech – we’re about producing something solid and reliable for our clients and working in a clean and efficient way.
In return, we offer a supportive environment where there is a high level of focus on your career development – we’re proud to offer our bespoke internal training programme; you can view more on #LXAcademy via the blog area of our website – http://www.havaslynx.com/blog/ We’re also very proud of our heritage and culture and we work in a sociable, friendly environment; take a look at our Facebook page and follow us on Twitter via @HAVASLYNXEU and @LX_workwithus for a closer look at what we get up to socially.