Drupal Developer (Entry Level) - Wellington

Progressive, independent studio with great work environment seeks like-minded junior Drupal Developer with a love for great work! If you have experience in open source technology - Linux, Apache, MySQL and PHP - the drive to build great websites, and want to grow your career - come and join us!

Sparks Interactive is part of the open source and Drupal communities in New Zealand with offices in Auckland and Wellington. Our staff designs, develops, and supports small to enterprise size websites across both the public and private sectors, and we are looking for a LAMP developer to join our team in Wellington - experience in Drupal is not mandatory but a definite plus. 



Desired skills and experience

This job will suit candidates set for a career in open source technologies who are ready for a challenge. You'll work alongside senior staff in an established team environment with a high degree of autonomy and responsibility.

You will have coding experience in MySQL and PHP, as well as an understanding of the software development lifecycle through requirements, design, development and testing. Ideally you will be familiar with Symphony and Drupal 8 and have heard the words Composer, Drush, Git, Twig - experience with front-end for responsive websites would be the icing on the cake.

We do not keep our developers in the basement - the ability to work in a cross-disciplinary team and solid communication skills are important. We are committed to providing excellent customer service and outstanding project delivery - accurate and constructive communication skills are crucial. These include appropriate use of email, messaging, and managing meeting time to achieve positive outcomes, as well as thoroughness in discussing and documenting requirements, discussions and outcomes.

Employment type

full time

Job function

Drupal Developer (Entry Level)

Apply by date

30 April 2018

Role start date


How to apply

If this is you, email jobs@sparksinteractive.co.nz with links to sites you’ve worked on, and a CV for reference. It would be great to hear your thoughts about the role in a cover letter, and if you have any questions just ask! 

You'll need the relevant work permits and visas to work in New Zealand.