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Chuckanucka says

Hi,

We are young startup looking for an experienced front end developer (html/css/jquery). The jobs will be fairly small initially, but there is the potential for ongoing work for the right candidate.

You will have to be able to create:

- Websites that gracefully degrade down to IE7 .
- Responsive layouts that scale down to mobile (this is very important)
- Clean, minimal markup
- Efficient jquery code

Job terms
- Payment will be made via paypal (happy to pay 30% upfront)
- You will be required to sign (digitally) a non disclosure agreement & a standard freelance contract
- You must be able to provide accurate estimates.

If you are interested, please contact me via my profile page with:

- Portfolio of work (Themeforst is fine)
- Hourly rate
- Availability

many thanks, Gareth

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