Web Developer - Cogapp

Brighton and Hove

Closing date: 06/12/2017

Cogapp is an international digital agency. We specialise in developing landmark projects that demonstrably improve the lives of the people using them.

Our clients include leading museums, archives, arts and media organisations. 

Our mission is:

  • To produce work that is well-conceived and beautifully executed; work that enriches the lives of the people who use it and creates outstanding long-term value for our clients.
  • To provide great careers for an outstanding team.
  • To build a sustainable, growing and profitable business.

Job Description:

Expand your skills, accelerate your career, love your job.


This is an opportunity to work as part of a world-class team doing outstanding work for internationally renowned clients - we’ll help you develop your existing skills, gain new ones, and turbo-boost your career.


We particularly welcome applications from under-represented groups in the tech industry.

This is a junior level role.

Skills Range:

We want to welcome a new developer to our close-knit team.


We don’t mind what technologies you’ve used before; it’s your underlying talent we care about. Whether it’s Drupal, Laravel, Python or Node.js we want you to help us build our next award-winning project.


Examples of our work include:

A new site for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, Ohio. We built this entire site in just 12 weeks using Drupal.


We continue to develop The Qatar Digital Library which brings the history of the Gulf online. We recently passed the milestone of 1 million documents available for study and research.


We worked with Liberty Human Rights on their Keep Britain Kind campaign. This is an issue close to our hearts. If you haven’t signed up, please do!


A new site showcasing the incredible archive of Yiddish literature at The Yiddish Book Center in Amherst, Massachusetts.

Person Specification:

Day-to-day you’ll be helping international institutions get the most out of digital. You’ll be building web apps, CMS driven websites and custom built solutions to problems you haven’t even thought of.


All of this work is done in an environment that promotes collaboration and learning in the truest sense. You’ll be working as part of a multi- disciplinary team where everyone’s opinion counts; this is the perfect environment for you to push your career and skills to the next level.


If working in this kind of environment helping us deliver this kind of work to the standards we and our clients demand sounds like something you’d like to help us do, please get in touch, we’d love to hear from you.

Key Area: Programming/Developer 15-1131.00Programming/Developer
Attendance: Full-Time
Additional Information:

We pay a competitive salary with the level depending on experience.


There are a bunch of other benefits including:

  • Excellent training and career development
  • Profit share
  • Childcare vouchers
  • Bike scheme
  • Regular skill-swapping team lunches
  • Independent research time
  • Regular company-wide hack-days
  • Team learning sessions - recently including a local history walk, calligraphy, flint knapping
  • Cake every Thursday


IMPORTANT: We will be reviewing applications as they arrive and may appoint more than one applicant: please do not delay in applying.



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