Jobs at Bulk Nutrients

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Web Developer

Bulk Nutrients is Australia’s leading direct to customer supplier of sports and nutritional supplements. We’re looking for a motivated, technically proficient person to join our Web team in the role of Web Developer.

The position requires a range of technical development skills (our stack includes React.js, Typescript, styled-components, Node.js, and Sanity), as well as more general development skills/interests.

Essential Skills 

  • Experience with JavaScript frameworks (React preferred), node.js and APIs (REST/GraphQL)
  • Familiarity with browser testing and debugging.
  • Hosting and domain management support
  • Understanding of DNS architecture (A & CNAME, TXT records, etc)
  • Advanced knowledge of Google Analytics (Enhanced Ecommerce), Google Tag Manager, etc
  • Comfortable with Git workflows
  • Strong communication and problem-solving skills.
  • Time and self-management - while you’ll be working in a team environment, it’s important you know the difference between implementing a quick fix and spending hours searching for a perfect solution.
  • A love of learning and keeping up with the latest technology, with a keen eye on how they might be relevant and implementable.

Desirable Skills 

  • eCommerce background (BigCommerce).
  • Understanding of digital marketing practices.

This is not a remote position - if you don’t live locally, this isn’t for you.

The role is based at Huntingfield, Tasmania - around 20 minutes south of Hobart. It is full time, with flexibility to work from home on occasion. For the right person, we’d consider a part time role.

To apply, follow the instructions in this Seek ad, or email if you’d like more details.

In your cover letter, please address your experience and their relation to the key duties outlined above.

Salary is negotiable depending on experience

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