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Drupal Developer
Date Posted:  1/14/2022
Job ID:  Job #4769
Employment Type: Contract
Location: New YorkNew York
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We are hiring for a Drupal Developer for a cutting edge media entertainment company. If you are ready to create an impact in a collaborative and fast-paced environment, this could be a great opportunity for you!STAND 8 provides end to end IT solutions to enterprise partners across the United States and with offices in LA, Atlanta, New York, Raleigh, and more.


  • Design and develop features for  Sports Group properties,  using Drupal 8 as the current codebase with Drupal 9 in forecast, as well as PHP 7 as the current programming language with PHP 8 in forecast.
  • Implement sophisticated user interfaces using leading technologies and techniques with jQuery and Bootstrap.
  • Support web servers and other servers via scheduled maintenance, performance tuning, and monitoring, hosted at Amazon Web Services (AWS).
  • Adhere to feasibility reviews for potential new projects, including development effort estimates.
  • Build applications to agreed upon specifications within the required timeframe.
  • Develop custom functionality in Drupal, and operationalize the implementation of all features.
  • Demonstrate deep understanding of LAMP performance and configuration.
  • React to peer-reviews of PHP application code, ensuring that all code complies with team standards.
  • Create each new feature with attention to performance and scalability.
  • Work with Product Managers and Quality Assurance to identify and address reported issues quickly and effectively.
  • Have a thorough understanding of REST and building endpoints with custom services in Drupal via OAuth.
  • Be conscious of practices and regulations involving cyber security and encryption, while dealing with highly sensitive user-generated data and company digital assets.


  • Understanding of Apache Cordova to minimally compile and package segmented website components specifically for mobile applications.
  • Working knowledge of memory-caching systems, such as Redis or Memcached.