October 26, 2015
We’re Looking for a Developer Apprentice for 2015-2016!
Are you a talented web developer looking to apply yourself and get your hands dirty working on challenging projects? Would you like to work directly with senior staff and learn how to produce polished work for real clients? Do you have an interest in branding and design?
Constructive, a leading branding and design firm in NoHo is looking for one exceptional student to fill our Year-Long Web Developer Apprenticeship. We are looking for highly motivated and talented creative thinker who knows how to take guidance, ask questions, and jump in and solve problems. The ideal person has a solid base of knowledge of web development techniques, back-end and front-end frameworks and loves to explore and refine their craft.
This is a paid apprenticeship, with compensation offered based on experience and bonuses based on performance. Our standard work week is 9:30AM to 6PM, Monday-Friday, with Summer Fridays cutting out at 1:30PM. This apprenticeship is available for immediate start and runs through May 2016 with an option to convert to a full-time apprenticeship for the summer. National holidays and academic breaks are observed. This position requires a minimum of 2-3 days with the potential for advancement to a full time position once the apprenticeship concludes.
We’re a boutique branding and interactive agency that specializes in high-end user experiences for nonprofits, universities and education. Since 2000, we’ve dedicated ourselves to advancing the missions of cause-driven organizations striving to make a difference. We’re a highly collaborative studio that emphasizes teamwork, strategic thinking, systems-based design, and a commitment to creating work that helps make our world a better place.
Please send a well-written cover letter letting us know what you are looking to gain from the apprenticeship, a note about your availability from Fall to Spring, and a link to your online portfolio to email@example.com. Please use the subject line “Web Developer Apprenticeship – 2015.”