METRO is seeking freelance Drupal 7 / 8 front-end developers with significant theme development experience to work remotely with our in-house team. METRO works with Islandora (https://islandora.ca/),,) an open source software stack with a Drupal front end and administrative layer. As our Islandora repository services grow, we are seeking to create a short list of consultants and contractors who wish to work in conjunction with our in-house staff on future projects. Most of our work is still in Drupal 7 right now, but we anticipate a shift to Drupal 8 in the near future. Ideal consultants can assess and solve complex visual or functional issues with Drupal, and work within the Drupal guidelines to develop their own better solutions when necessary.
3+ years of Drupal Front-end Development
Strong experience with cross browser/device responsive development
Strong experience with Git based development workflows
Deep understanding of Drupal 7 and custom theme development
Deep understanding of Drupal 7 theme layer and preprocessing
Good understanding of Drupal 7 module development and coding standards
Some experience with Drupal 8 and custom theme development
Some experience with Drupal 8 theme layer and preprocessing
understanding of Drupal 8 module development
Proficiency with TWIG template language
Basic understanding of common accessibility requirements
Good understanding of OoP PHP programming and composer based dependency management
Good understanding of Docker / Vagrant / Ansible
Comfortable working remotely as part of team
Comfortable conversing, committing, and delivering via Slack/GitHub/email
N/A - Remote
If you fit the description above, please send us a resume / portfolio, your hourly rate, and be sure to include links to the front-end work you are most proud of. All information should be sent to [email protected] with “METRO Freelance Drupal Front End Developer” in the subject line. No phone calls, please.
Located in New York City, the Metropolitan New York Library Council (METRO) is a non-profit organization working to develop and maintain essential library services throughout New York City and Westchester County. The METRO membership consists of a diverse group of over 250 libraries, archives, and information organizations ranging from New York’s largest libraries to small community archives.