dxw is hiring

It’s an exciting and very busy time for dxw, and we’re looking for more people to join the team.

Over the last few months, we’ve become busier than ever before, delivering digital projects to the public sector (mostly central government). In the last year or so, we’ve also started diversifying our work: building our own products, including a specialist WordPress hosting platform which is growing healthily. We’ve got ideas for lots more!

In September, Lily joined us for design and front-end development, and soon, we’ll be joined by one more (details to follow). We’ve outgrown our current space and will soon be moving to a bigger, much nicer office near the hallowed roundabout.

More than ever before, we have the opportunities and clients to allow us to work on exciting, forward-thinking and agile projects, and we’ve got the resources to invest in the community around us by sponsoring events and hack days. We’re really excited about what we’ve achieved so far, and we’re keen to do more.

To help us, we’re looking for a delivery manager, a WordPress¬†developer, a junior systems administrator¬†and a part time office manager/administrator. We’re still a small company so it’s vital for us to find good people who can pitch in on whatever needs doing and who enjoy working hard. In return, we hope we can offer an unusual opportunity to work with a small, talented team of geeks punching above their weight on a variety of digital projects in the public sector.

For more information, see the links above. Or if you think you’d be a good addition to the team but not in one of the roles above, pop over an email with your thoughts.

PS: Please don’t judge us on our website. A rebrand is in the works, but in the meantime, Citrulu is more representative of our work!

PPS: Dear recruiters: Look. We know you have a job to do, and you might be jolly useful to us one day. But we’re only interested in direct applications for these roles. So: thanks, but no thanks. If you ring us up, we’ll try to be polite, but we may fail if an unusually large number of your brethren have already interrupted our work that morning.