Back End Developer - Shopify

Rubies is looking for a talented and ambitious Front-End Developer who specializes in Shopify to be part of the world’s largest designer, manufacturer and distributor of licensed and non-licensed costumes and accessories for Adults, Children and Pets.

If you’re a fan of popular culture and the entertainment industry, then you will love working for us. We’re a global business, with a dynamic outlook to continue leading the way within our industry through innovation, technology, infrastructure, and forward-thinking initiative. We’ve been around for over 60 years starting from humble beginnings in New York and growing into the biggest name in the world of dress-up.

Since operating in the UK, we have built up a vast portfolio of licensed properties, including Disney, Star Wars, Marvel, DC Comics, Harry Potter, Jurassic Park, Gremlins and Looney Tunes - just to name a few. We closely follow news from the biggest studios in the world, and pride ourselves on being at the forefront of popular culture and costuming for movie and streaming releases.

About the Role

The exciting new role of Front-End Developer will join our Tech division as an integral part to our digital roadmap focusing specifically on our Shopify website development projects. Currently, we are focused on Shopify professional services, apps, and themes because we believe it is the best available all-around solution on the market. 

You will be responsible for developing, creating, updating, and maintaining localized and global eCommerce sites while working closely with sales, marketing, and other business managers to grow our digital footprint, internet sales and profitability of all company websites. This position will report to the Head of Technology.

LOCATION: This role will prominently be home-based, but you will occasionally need to travel to various offices and facilities throughout the UK.

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