DO you want to come and work at MSW HQ? We are looking for a Junior Content Manager and Backend Engineer.
The editorial and development offices are based in Kingsbridge, in the South Hams of Devon (in the UK) and close to the beach. We are looking for talented individuals who will grow with the company and help us continue to develop a service we love to use ourselves. If you are a developer who surfs or a year-in-industry / recently graduated, keen, surf culture and forecasting vulture who’s happy to muck-in then come and join us.
Role One: We are looking for a talented PHP Developer to join our programming team based in Kingsbridge, South Devon (about 10 miles from Plymouth). You will play a key role in building critical features of our surf forecasting application which reaches hundreds of thousands of surfers around the world. The full spec for that role is HERE
Role Two: We are also looking for a Junior Content Manager to help develop and support the site content. More than 1.5 million people across the world visit MSW every month and we’re looking for a talented individual to help us do more and better. This is an entry level role and the full spec is HERE
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