Job ref no.: CT3119335-01#0006
World Wide Fund For Nature Hong Kong

Web Developer

World Wide Fund For Nature Hong Kong

Benefits
  • 5-day week
  • Education subsidies
  • Flexible working hours
  • Insurance plan
  • Medical plan

Reporting to Digital Services Manager, the Web Developer is responsible to participate in design, development and implementation of WWF digital projects.

 Responsibilities:

  • Provide web developer and programming support to various projects and systems, such as e-marketing customer journeys with marketing cloud, crowdfunding and donation pages, website design, booking and fundraising pages. Mobile responsive programming and testing.
  • Be the Web Developer delivering HTML 5, Javascript, web server and latest web 2.0 technology programming and user assurance testing on various devices.
  • The position also provides configuration, documentation and training on corresponding systems to related stakeholders.
  • Carry out any other duties or ad hoc project as required related to digital services for WWF development.

Requirements:

  • Hands-on experience of HTML 5, Javascript, web server and latest web 2.0 technology
  • Diploma in Computer Science, Computer Engineering or related disciplines
  • Minimum 3 years’ experience in project work web development
  • Knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite (InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator and Dreamweaver) would be advantage
  • Good in both English and Chinese
  • Strong communication skills and work independently as well as in a team

 

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We offer a 5-day work week and competitive compensation and benefits packages to the right candidate. The office location of this post is at our Kwai Hing office (near MTR station).


Applications would be considered until the post is filled.

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