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Be part of Daysix

We love our team – its the people who make Daysix. So if you’re interested in being part of our team then read on because we’ve put down a little bit about working at Daysix, what makes us tick and what we’re looking for.

We’ll include any specific roles we’re recruiting for here but if you don’t see what you’re looking for then don’t let that stop you getting in touch. We’re always happy to hear from interested people – particularly SEO experts, artworkers, designers, developers, motion graphics designers – and things are moving fast so it’s always good to know who’s out there.

Trust in team

Daysix are a passionate, talented, down-to-earth team of designers, developers and filmmakers. We believe in making good things, pushing ourselves to do our best work, all in a spirit of collaboration.

People are the most important part of who we are and we work hard to build a work environment where everyone feels valued, respected and at home. We run an open and transparent company where team can and do contribute to the decisions and direction of Daysix.

Making good things

We’re rooted in making good things. When a project is good and we deliver well we’re happy. When it does good and makes a positive impact in the world, we love it. When it does both, that’s what really makes us tick.

We have a blended model, taking on good service work as well as developing our own products. Our clients range from international clothing brands and national organisations right down to independent start-ups.

We are looking for a Web Developer to join our growing team.

Permanent, full-time

Salary: £30,000 – £40,000 dependent on experience

The role

At Daysix we deliver great websites for our clients, but we’d like to do it even better. As part of a growing business and changing remits, a position has become available for someone to join our web department and be part of driving web at Daysix.

We build and maintain a growing number of websites for a wide spectrum of clients across private, public and charity sectors. Web is often the cornerstone of a project or the entry point for a lot of new clients, and an incredibly important part of our service. We’re looking for someone with a love of the web to contribute to all elements of delivery and development of our web projects as well as ongoing support of our websites.

About you

You’re a proficient back and front end developer, and love the wonderfully messy world of web. You’ve demonstrable experience of web sites you’ve built and wrecked on. You’re familiar with a wide variety of technologies and frameworks and able to quickly and intuitively determine the best tool for any job.

You’re passionate about creating great user experiences and are always learning about the services and tools available to help achieve it.

You take pride in your work with a strong attention to detail but know how to not overthink and when pragmatic solutions provide best value.

You’re a team player, excellent at communicating, collaborating with people, and working alongside other developers.

What you’ll be doing

Working alongside existing developers and designers and organisers on all aspects of our website output to ensure we deliver excellently and according to current best practices and standards.

Working closely with clients and stakeholders to understand business requirements and help translate these into an approach for web and technical requirements for the development team.

Contributing to the design, development, coding, testing and debugging of applications.Supporting with managing the ongoing maintenance and support of both new and existing websites.What we’re looking for

We’re looking for someone to come in and improve what we do, so experience, a proven track-record and confidence is essential. Applicants will need to clearly demonstrate practical experience with developing content-heavy websites as many of our existing sites and infrastructure have that profile.

The technical stuff

Demonstrable experience of the following are beneficial:

  • Managing and extending Content Management Systems (such as WordPress)
  • Git/version control
  • Payment platforms and integrations
  • Handling servers/data/imports/exports
  • Comfortable with APIs
  • Knowledge of JavaScript frameworks
  • CI/CD
  • Security tooling and best practice

What we offer

  • 35 hr week with the option to compress to 4 days – Full time hours are 35 with core operating hours of Monday – Thursday 9.30-4. Many of our team use this flexibility to regularly take Fridays off.
  • Hybrid and flexible working – we don’t encourage fully remote working and expect our team to be able to travel into our Edinburgh office a couple of days a week, however each case is considered individually and we are always happy to chat.
  • Enhanced annual leave – 30 days annual leave pro rata. We don’t recognise bank holidays so you’re free to use the 30 days when suits you. On top of your 30 day allowance we close the office between Christmas and New Year allowing additional days off for all of the team.
  • Pension contribution
  • Professional development budget – we’re committed to continuous learning and development opportunities, dedicated budget for developing our people as you would expect in our people first culture.
  • Values-led team culture – Our values are really important to us and want them to be lived out in the day to day of the company not tucked away in a folder somewhere.

If you’re interested…

You can apply by filling in the application form linked below and sending us your CV. This is our preferred application route as we are keen to ensure consistency of process to make it easier to fairly assess all applications.


If you’d like more information or to ask any questions you can email us at

4 Lady Lawson Street,
Edinburgh EH3 9DS