[Company Name] is looking for a skilled Web Developer to build exceptional websites for our company. You will use different coding languages to create a fully functional product that provides the perfect user experience.
Working alongside our creative team, your job will be to use your knowledge of web-based technologies to create websites and software solutions that represent our brand effectively. You will be responsible for assessing user feedback, performing tests, and correcting issues.
Web Developer Responsibilities
Build and maintain websites and applications
Write testable and well-designed code using the best website and software development practices
Evaluate code to make sure that it is properly structured and compatible with different devices, browsers, and operating systems
Develop solutions that meet industry standards
Oversee and perform updates
Define requirements and specifications in line with technical needs
Produce and update software documentation
Assess customer feedback to identify problems and correct them
Contribute ideas for improving websites and applications
Manage, scale, and expand the company’s website
Web Developer Requirements
Bachelor’s degree in Web Development, Computer Science, or another relevant field
Solid experience using MySQL
Strong interpersonal and communication skills
Excellent ability to perform in a fast-paced and team-driven environment
Basic knowledge of SEO practices
Solid comprehension of use behavior
High level of experience with web standards, website interfaces, and cross-browser compatibility
Extensive knowledge of best practices regarding internet security
Excellent project management skills
A Web Developer uses a programming language to turn a web designer’s plan into a working website. Their job is to merge functionality with attractiveness and user-friendliness to create outstanding websites. They can work on either the front or back end of a website or website applications.
A Web Developer needs to be up to date with all the current trends in web-based technologies so that they can produce state-of-the-art solutions. They commonly work in a team environment where they need to communicate with various other roles, such as Managers, Copywriters, and Creative Designers.
Similar Job Titles:
Front-End Developer, Back-End Developer, Full-Stack Developer, Web Designer,UX Designer
What Does a Web Developer Generally Do?
Depending on their role as a front-end, back-end, or full-stack resource, a Web Developer performs a range of tasks to implement the site according to the designer’s specifications.
Back-end development—also known as server-side scripting—focuses on all that’s going on behind the scenes. This includes all the parts of a website or web app that are the “invisible” foundation of what the user can see.
The back end consists of an infrastructure of APIs, databases, and server scripts. This is where the data gets stored and organized so that the front end can work smoothly.
A full-stack developer works on both the front and back end, making sure that the two work perfectly in tandem.
A full-stack developer is responsible for every aspect of a website, and will often work on smaller scope projects that are less demanding. Experienced full-stack developers are also often used to oversee website development projects.
Roles a Web Developer Typically Collaborates With
Depending on the range of their responsibilities in the company, a Web Developer can work closely with a variety of roles, such as: