Our web developer, webmaster, problem solver, debugger and Go To Girl for all things technical is leaving us. We are sad to see Manjula go but happy to wish her well as she heads on to bigger and better things. Under Manjula’s steady hand, we’ve gone from a teeny tiny online furniture company offering a few hundred specialty products 3 years ago, to a (still relatively tiny but rapidly growing!) web-based furniture store selling thousands of customizable Vermont made furniture pieces to customers in every state across America. Thank you Manjula!
Now it’s time for another superstar to carry the Vermont Woods Studios ball and if you landed on this page, maybe it’s you? Check out our web developer – webmaster job posting to see the details. Naturally we’re looking for someone who loves working with shopping carts, content management systems and all those acronyms everyone else knows nothing about: PHP, HTML, CSS, CMS, MySql. But equally important we’re seeking someone who’s passionate about the environment, shares our green mission and is fun (or at least easy) to work with.
We are flexible about logistics and scheduling for this position and will consider part-time, full-time, consulting arrangements and a combination of these. Initially we will need someone to work with us in our Vernon office to learn about our business and our highly customized CMS and become integrated into our team. Once the basics are out of the way, we can consider alternative arrangements.
Think the job might be a match for you? Check out our fine furniture website and learn more about your future co-workers, then email your resume, salary requirements, availability and 3 personal or professional references to email@example.com. We can’t wait to hear from you!
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This blog is written by your friends at Vermont Woods Studios. Check out our Vermont made furniture and home decor online and visit our showroom and art gallery at Stonehurst, the newly restored 1800s farmhouse nestled in the foothills of the Green Mountains.