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Hone & Strop
Posted: November 12 2015
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DescriptionHone & Strop, Inc. is a Los Angeles-based men’s social commerce community and marketplace for luxury wearables and accessories. More than just a luxury shopping experience, H&S will be a lifestyle destination where men and their significant others can enjoy graphic-rich, luxury themed content and styling advice, as well as discover, research, collect, share and buy from an influencer- and peer-curated catalog of unique bespoke items, clothing and accessories. We expect to launch the site at the end of Q1, 2016. We are looking for a part-time intern to learn, participate and share the excitement of our launch.
ResponsibilitiesThe position includes maintaining the site while coordinating and working with our design team and offshore development team, as well as coming up with ways that we can maximize their use and value.
Work will be done remotely and on your personal computer. Hours are flexible.
RequirementsWe currently have a Drupal, php & jQuery based application. Managing the content on the site is done through the app. We are looking for individual(s) who have some personal experience with some or all of the following technologies:
Drupal Basic Apache/NGINX administration
Drupal Theme Design and Plugin/Taxonomy Development experience is important.
Although the job initially will deal with PHP and Drupal the rest of our stack is being built using these technologies:
NGINX and more to come!
Experience does not have to be professional. Most important is the ability to understand the components listed above, being confident in achieving results and a willingness to get involved in all aspects of the software development life-cycle: architecture, design, user experience, development, documentation, unit testing, delivery and maintenance.