WordPress/Front-end Developer


We are Cut2Code Ltd., and you can find us in Wroclaw – or if you prefer – in the Polish Silicon Valley. We are a technology company specializing in creating websites based on popular CMS systems. Although we usually work on WordPress, we also code landing pages, mailings, and other front-end projects. We work mainly for foreign clients and the growing number of orders makes us expand the team with a new Front-end Developer – maybe you are the one!

What do we require from you?

  • Minimum 2 years of documented experience working on WordPress (WooCommerce knowledge would be an asset)
  • Skills in creating modern front-ends in the RWD technique
  • Good knowledge of CSS3, HTML5, JavaScript (including ES6+, AJAX, jQuery technology)
  • Knowledge of one of Responsive CSS Frameworks (e.g. Bootstrap, Foundation, etc.)
  • Knowledge of graphic design programs, such as Sketch, Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator (proficient enough to cut graphic designs to code)
  • Knowledge of version control systems (GIT)
  • Good knowledge of ACF

We will be glad to know that you’re familiar with any of these:

  • Less and/or Sass
  • Angular, React, Gatsby, Vue
  • PHP
  • Jira/Asana
  • Sketch (Sketch, Avocode, Zeplin)
  • CSS methodology (BEM, ATOM, etc.)
  • WordPress page builders (e.g. Elementor, WPBakery)

We offer you

  • Work on projects for clients from around the world, e.g. USA, France, Great Britain, United Arab Emirates etc.
  • Attractive salary – depending on your skills, we will offer you between PLN 4,000 and 8,000 net
  • Work in an ambitious team of people with passion and experience
  • Contact with specialists in various fields – we are a part of the Hexe Capital
  • Joining a group that combines the competences of various areas of technology, business, and internet marketing.

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