WHO WE ARE
P'unk Avenue designs and builds websites and mobile applications for purpose-driven companies and organizations. It is our goal to work on projects that empower people, improve quality of life, support the creation of knowledge, and strengthen our cities.
We are a small company with a large impact, and our focus on attentive care for and direct collaboration with our clients has led to opportunities for innovation and creativity. We are expanding our team to handle an influx of new projects, all while continuously experimenting with our team structure and evolving our design and development practices. We need people who thrive in this kind of dynamic and intense environment. If this sounds like something you want to be a part of, read on.
WHAT YOU WILL BE DOING
You will be working with a team of writers, educators, engineers, developers, designers, and leaders. As a developer you are expected to build websites with exceeding craft, working closely with designers and clients from the start of each project.
WHAT YOU SHOULD ALREADY KNOW AND DO
P'unk Ave is built on a culture of trust and autonomy so the focus is on meeting your responsibilities and finding ways to make our company better. Most of the team works approximately from 9 to 5, but with a great deal of flexibility. We have a generous vacation policy and encourage you to use it to stay healthy, engaged, and inspired. We also support sabbaticals.
We strive to maintain a culture that makes our team members want to be in the studio. Benefits include medical, dental, and vision insurance. We have a retirement plan, with matching. Because we believe in on-going learning, each person has a discretionary yearly conference budget.
Locally roasted coffee is delivered weekly and made fresh daily, but if you prefer something else in the afternoons we have a rotating draft beer in our kegerator at all times. A full lunch is cooked in-house and prepared every Monday during our weekly kick-off meeting.
We are also located in the heart of South Philly, right on Passyunk Ave, which is one block away from the Italian Market - accessible within reasonable walking distance from the Broad Street Line.
Most of all you would get the opportunity to work with some of the brightest minds in Philadelphia.