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Shade Sails Canada is looking for a contract or part-time web developer to join a fun, family-run team who use technology to push the industry forward and set ourselves apart from our competition.

We create customized shade solutions that are known to be the best products on the market. In addition to our product development, we take our customer experience seriously and have developed several custom applications that

1) Allow our customers to enter their measurements, fabric choice and additional details, add hardware, get a quote and checkout using WooCommerce.

2) Allow our staff to build a quote, email this to the customer who can then check and edit their measurements, add hardware and checkout.

3) Manage stock levels through a backend interface, which then populates to our product pages and our order forms.

We are constantly innovating and are looking for an experienced web developer who is passionate about building web applications to improve and extend our current setup and take our team’s ideas and make them happen.

In addition to building out the functionality mentioned above, you will be responsible for maintaining our WordPress/WooCommerce site and improving both design and technical aspects such as page speed.

Skills required
HTML & CSS (experience with SASS/SCSS is prefered but not required)
JavaScript (experience with async & promises is required)
PHP (experience with object oriented programing is required)
WordPress & WooCommerce (intermediate level)
Headless eCommerce (experience is preferred but not required; we use CoCart)

Upon receipt of your application, you will receive a small coding challenge that you will need to complete within 48 hours (Monday to Friday).

Please email your resume and answers to the two following questions to

Which web application that you’ve built are you most proud of and why?
In your opinion, what is the advantage of object-oriented programming over procedural?

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Sat, 15 Jan 2022 14:17:53 GMT