Web Developer

S4C's purpose is to serve the audience with content that entertains, excites and reflects Wales in all its diversity. As a public service broadcaster we have a duty to create the platform and ecosystem to stimulate the creative industries in Wales to create ambitious and unique content that appeals to all ages, backgrounds and linguistic abilities.

We're looking for an experienced Web Developer that can adapt to and learn new technologies. The purpose of this role is to develop S4C's digital provisions, improving the user experience and introducing new features along with the development of new platforms and services. The Web Developer will be responsible for undertaking development work crystallised as part of S4C's digital strategy.

You will be responsible for development and maintenance work including, web applications, mobile applications, platforms and websites. This role is part of the Digital and Marketing department and sits within the Development team. You will report to the Senior Developer.

Further Details

Location: S4C has offices in Carmarthen, Cardiff and Caernarfon. In addition we operate a hybrid policy along with a wide range of other flexible working. Please contact adnoddau.dynol@s4c.cymru if you'd like further information on this.

Salary: Dependant on experience

Contract: Permanent

Probation Period: 6 months

Hours: 35.75 hours per week

Holidays: In addition to statutory bank holidays, you will be entitled to 26 days paid annual leave, which runs from 1 January.

Pension: Paid staff are entitled to join a Group Personal Pension Scheme subject to the terms of any existing scheme which is amended from time to time. If you are a member of the Group Personal Pension Scheme, S4C will contribute 10% of your basic salary to the Scheme. You will be expected to contribute 5%.


Applications should be sent by 17.00 on Monday 11 July 2022 to adnoddau.dynol@s4c.wales or Human Resources, Canolfan S4C, Yr Egin, Carmarthen, SA31 3EQ.

We do not accept CVs.

Applications can be submitted in Welsh. Any application submitted in Welsh will not be treated less favourably than an application submitted in English.

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