Web Developer

Web developers oversee the development of World Wide Web applications, and related processes. Techpros places job seekers at a variety of web developer jobs in the greater Boston area. Senior web developers are in high demand for many local companies, and lots of jobs are available. Companies are looking for web developers proficient in a variety of programming languages, including but not limited to: C++Ruby on RailsJavascriptPerlHtmlPhpCobol, and Flash. Click under “Job Search” to see recent web developer jobs that are available.

Web developers play an integral role for many software companies, and the skill set they bring to the table is irreplaceable. To ensure that they hire quality web developers, many firms seek candidates who have proven themselves through years of experience at similar web developer jobs. Although a degree in computer science or a related field is typically expected, most employers are more focused on relevant experience: time spent working on similar frameworks and in the programming languages that are needed.

Nonetheless, Techpros places web developers with all different levels of experience. We take pride in our ability to find matches for recent college grads and those lacking significant industry experience, as well as finding the ideal job for candidates who have spent years working as a web developer and are searching for a new and better job. Click here to see what satisfied job seekers are saying about Techpros. The below table provides a rough estimate of what web developers can expect to earn in the Boston job market depending upon their levels of education and experience; actual figures vary significantly from company to company.

Job Title Education Experience Pay Scale
Entry Level Web Developer  BS in Comp Sci  0 years  $60,000-$80,000
Web Developer  BS in Comp Sci  2-5 years  $80,000-$100,000
Senior Web Developer  BS/MS in Comp Sci  5-10+ years  $100,000-$120,000

For more information about web developer jobs, as well as to get the pulse on the software industry and the job search process more generally, be sure to check out Mark Goodstein’s Blog. The blog is a great read both for candidates looking for a job, and for people employed in the software industry who are considering looking for a better job.