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Spire is a full-service communications firm supporting innovative programs in government, technology, healthcare, and science. We seek a senior Drupal developer to support a federal health IT client working on its website (HealthIT.gov).
Typical tasks will include front- and back-end development, site migrations, SEO, and functional/performance testing. Must have experience supporting large website projects under tight deadlines, preferably in a federal agency environment.
Applicants must be a U.S. citizen or long-term resident with a valid Green Card.
Medical (CareFirst BCBS) and Dental (United Healthcare) plans paid at 100%
Monthly $50 “wellness” stipend for gym memberships, spa services, etc.
Life and disability insurance (short- and long-term)
18 days PTO and 8 federal holidays per year (+Veterans Day for those who have served)
Flexible home/office environment
Home office expense reimbursement
401(k) plan with automatic 3% of salary employer contribution
Employee referral bonuses
Annual stipend for employee and/or job-related training
We are a boutique, woman-led agency that specializes in technology, health, and science. Our clients are federal agencies and contractors charged with advanced R&D and vital national programs that make life better for all Americans. Our team is committed to the work of these pioneers and public servants. We believe in their missions, marvel at their innovations, and delight in telling their stories.
Every member of our team is a senior-level communicator. This means every assignment is an opportunity to work with and learn from the best strategists and storytellers—designers, videographers, writers, editors, media relations leads, social media managers, and web developers.
The Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) is making it possible for health data to be electronically shared securely among providers, patients, and healthcare stakeholders nationwide. When everyone has the health information they need – when and where they need it – individuals and communities can enjoy better health and greater wellbeing. And America will have a robust data foundation for improving diagnostics and disease prevention.