You may have noticed that we’re hiring. A lot! We’ve been actively seeking back-end developers, project managers, and more to join our increasingly awesome team, and we keep finding rad folks who love WordPress to join us!
Please give a warm welcome to a few of our newest members:
Jason has been working with WordPress for five years as a freelancer and working with an interactive agency specializing in non-profit and cause-related companies. He has been coding for about ten years and has seen many trends come and go. Jason has experience with multiple CMS blowing platforms. He’s been working as a two-tier developer, working both on front-end and backend, but has moved his focus to backend development.
While not coding, Jason enjoys donating his time to working with charities and cause-related organizations. He also enjoys playing music and finding obscure music from around the world. He has a cat which is a spoiled brat and is still trying to figure out how that happened.
You can follow Jason on Twitter @jawittdesigns.
Jose is a current member of the Theme Review team, has contributed to the WordPress support forums since late 2011, and loves to help as much as he can. He likes playing Flamenco guitar when he can and lives in Roseville with his wife, son, cat, and betta fish.
You can follow Jose @joemcasta.
A lover of all things Philly, intrigued by tech, a self-proclaimed foodie, music lover, book hoarder, and a restless soul, Jodie started using WordPress in 2006. Her husband innocently suggested they needed a website for their music consulting business. One Saturday morning she awoke to find a new laptop with video tutorials already loaded and manuals downloaded. After spending the weekend learning to use WordPress, she created their first website.
A graduate of Millersville University, Jodie brings fifteen years of sales and marketing experience to WebDevStudios. Her marketing expertise and ability to restructure and to systematize businesses has been recognized by entrepreneurs in real estate, the music industry, technology start-ups and education. Now she assists in creating unique web strategies and solutions for clients.
She is on the organizing team for WordCamp US, sits on the advisory committee for PHL Live Center Stage, the advisory board for PHL Diversity (A division of the Philadelphia Convention & Visitors Bureau), Blackboard Labs board, and is a member of the Philadelphia Chapter of The Recording Academy. In her downtime, she shares life experiences about screwing up on Izzabeth.com and has been known to get lost in old book stores avoiding the fact that there is no more shelf space at home.
You can follow Jodie on Twitter @ExponentEnt.
And yes, we are indeed still hiring!
If you are a social media and content marketing maven, with an aptitude for sales, marketing, and strategy, we’re looking for a Client Communications Specialist to join our team!