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Web developer Jobs in Leighton Buzzard

Job Overview

Web developers design, build and maintain websites and web applications to meet their client's needs.

The Skills Required

You will need:

  • excellent web and database programming skills

  • a good appreciation of design, usability and interactivity

  • creative skills to turn clients' ideas into workable plans

  • excellent problem-solving skills

  • a willingness to work flexibly

  • organisation

  • the ability to follow exact instructions

  • an understanding of web development standards

  • the ability to work to deadlines

  • a commitment to keep up to date with technology

  • an appreciation of commercial pressures

  • the ability to work alone or as part of a team 

 Qualifications

You would normally need a foundation degree, HND or degree in an IT-related subject. Relevant subjects include:

  • web development or web design

  • multimedia design

  • digital media development

  • web content management

  • business information systems

  • computer programming

​Leighton Buzzard is a market town in Bedfordshire, England, near the Chiltern Hills and lying between Aylesbury, Tring, Dunstable and Milton Keynes. Located 36 miles northwest from Central London, the town is linked to the capital by the Grand Union Canal and the West Coast Main Line to London Euston. Situated on the River Ouzel, in the southwest of the county and close to the Buckinghamshire border, it adjoins Linslade and the name Leighton Linslade is sometimes used to refer to the combination of the two towns; parts of this article also apply to Linslade as well as Leedon. For local government purposes, the town is part of the Central Bedfordshire district and is administered jointly with Linslade as the civil parish of Leighton-Linslade. Leighton Buzzard has undergone significant growth in recent years, and is now a significant commuter town within the London commuter belt, listed as the 32nd largest commuter town according to the 2011 census. Since 2011, it is likely that this trend has continued due to good transport links.

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