Our core values define what’s important to us. At too many workplaces the core values (if they exist at all) are simply something you walk by on your way to the lunchroom. Here at Marketing Ideas For Printers, we hire and fire based on our core values, and we evaluate our team on those core values every quarter. They’re that important to us.
If you wish to join our team, then they need to be important to you, too. Here are our core values:
Integrity: We honor God in our actions.
Others First: We look beyond ourselves and serve others.
Positive Attitude: We find the best in every experience.
Reliable: We are timely, accurate, and knowledgeable.
Team Focused: We share the challenges; we share the victories.
If those core values resonate with you and are as important to you as they are to us, then you’ll love the culture of Marketing Ideas For Printers!
If you find yourself matching up with our core values, then the next step is to see how well you fit with the expectations of the Developer. The expectations are listed here:
The developer will stay up-to-date on current best practices relating to programming in general and specifically the languages used in our applications. The developer will strive to use the most efficient method available for completing any given requirement. At times that will require rewriting code that has already been written so that it is more efficient and reliable.
The developer will adhere to the general style guides and branding guidelines for our company, as well as the specific design created for the requirement being met. In cases where a stylistic design is not possible or would cause detrimental effects to the application, the developer will work with the team to find a solution that approximates the original design as closely as possible.
The developer will document their own code well enough that another developer could easily pick up where they left off when they are absent.
The developer will use all security methods currently available to maintain the security and privacy of all data with which they are entrusted. The developer will treat our data and our customers’ data as their own and with the utmost care.
The highest priority will be placed on bugs or inefficient code that are detrimental to our or our customers’ use of our applications. The developer will sometimes be required to interrupt other projects or company activities in order to remedy a problem with our applications.
Ready to get started? Send your cover letter, resume, salary requirements, and a list of references to firstname.lastname@example.org. In your email, please also include the following information:
We look forward to hearing from you soon!