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Backend developer to help build a new CMS for think tanks, independent media and small businesses

The Humane Club , New Delhi · · Full-time employment · Programming


Our clients thrive on candid communication: conveying their best understanding of reality to citizens, internal stakeholders, and enterprise clients. They understand that reality is rarely consistent. Hence, the focus is on using UX and algorithms to communicate data, evidence, and content with all of its messiness and nuance. In this context, we are building a new product called Humane Club — a subscription service for independent media, academia, think tanks and small businesses to help them build their digital presence.


We’re looking for an expert PHP/ WordPress developer to join our development team.

What do you get? You will learn how to build a responsive, modular frontend system for consumer-facing sites.

What you should have? 

  • Hands-on experience in developing custom WordPress plugins at scale. In-depth understanding of WordPress core, including actions, filters, hooks, custom post types, taxonomies, custom content type.
  • Solid understanding of databases, PHPMyAdmin and hosting.
  • Knowledge in WordPress security and optimization
  • Experience building moderately complex websites or applications using PHP, HTML5, CSS3, Progressive Web Apps and Javascript.

What do we do? Together, we will create a scalable, robust, and reliable backend for Humane Sites.

This is a full-time opportunity starting immediately. While it is open for all, we want to encourage the participation of women in the market economy by building a high-performance, safe space for women professionals. The goal is not to favor women for their gender but to select skilled, deserving women who want to further their careers in the field of technology.

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