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Drupal Developer Internship

17th August 2012 - 15:20 | London UK, Old Street, London |

We are looking for a budding developer to join our internship program. With a technical background and a passion for open source the ideal candidate for the program can learn quickly, solve problems in an agile environment, work on open source projects and use open source tools.

In return you can expect opportunities to attend Drupal and other tech events, use our extensive library of educational resources and the experience of working on interesting projects with a legendary team of web developers.

To apply for this role you will need to have:
• 1 year of web development or system administration
• Experience with Drupal and e-commerce
• Familiarity with a version control system
• Familiarity with e-commerce development
• Attention to detail is a must
• Linux / LAMP based systems
Nice to have:
• Previous contributions to an open source project
• Knowledge of CSS and Javascript
• Experience working with APIs such as Flickr, Google Maps, Facebook, etc.
About the role

Based in the heart of Old Street (London), BrightLemon is a leading digital agency that specialises in developing useful digital communities for some of the biggest brands in government and education. Our clients include Amnesty International, Breast Cancer Care, British Rowing, the British Council, Business in the Community, the Department for Education, Fujitsu Siemens, the Greater London Authority, Plan International, the Tate Modern, TeachFirst, University of Cambridge, University of London and the Victoria & Albert Museum.

For exceptional candidates there may be an internal role at the end of the placement as we are currently actively recruiting.

About BrightLemon

BrightLemon’s mission is to create social software that has a positive impact on society. With a current focus on education and charity our clients include the UK Department for Education, Viacom International Media Networks, Greater London Authority, Cambridge University, the British Council and TeachFirst.

To apply please send your CV and 2 URLs explaining your work to:
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