Are you a middleweight front end developer with experience in HTML5, CSS3 and server-side CSS pre-processing platforms, such as LESS and SASS? Good. We recommend you keep reading.

The long and the short of it is, we’re looking for someone. Someone who has a good understanding of client-side scripting and JavaScript frameworks (including jQuery). JavaScript libraries and frameworks, such as AngularJS, KnockoutJS, BackboneJS and ReactJS. Not to mention SEO, asynchronous request handling, partial page updates, AJAX and code versioning tools, such as Git and SVN. Y’know, that sort of stuff (I have no idea what any of this stuff means, I just wrote the advert. That’s another thing, you have to put up with being asked silly questions)

Ideally, you will have experience with CMS’s in general (ideally Kentico .NET CMS), a basic understanding of .NET (C#) and experience using Trello as part of a development team. But maybe we’re just being too specific. It’s ideal but not essential.

You will be working closely with the design team (not too close though, they bite) to translate their design things into working things (apparently I’m supposed to call them “functional user interfaces, with cross browser compatibility, performance, speed and scalability”) So you have to be familiar with Photoshop or Gimp because that’s what the designers use to play with fonts and draw things.

You have to help the backend lot too with integration and troubleshooting and other backend tasks. You also have to be able to say “backend” without giggling. A skill that not all of us possess.

But most importantly do you want to be surrounded by a small but perfectly formed group of people? Do you want to work in one of the greatest industries in the world? Cool. You should probably send us your CV, covering letter and any portfolio bits you have to jobs@syndicut.com

There are some perks to the job besides the hilarious conversation, obscure music tastes and occasional packet of biscuits shoved in your face. We all went to Barcelona in January which was kinda cool.