Night Kitchen Interactive: Drupal Developer

Night Kitchen Interactive is looking for a freelance or salaried full time Drupal Developer. This is an opportunity to become a key member of a diverse team of experienced, dedicated design professionals. Our core focus and our passion is the creation of innovative websites and interactive installations for our clients, primarily museums and arts and cultural heritage organizations. A nationally-recognized leader in the museum community, Night Kitchen’s clients include the Dr. Seuss Museum, the Smithsonian Institution, and the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. For these and others, we are currently developing mobile apps, large scale websites, and touchscreen exhibit interactives.

Day to day responsibilities include working with our design and development team to conceive of and execute on the conversion of wireframe design treatments into working websites. The ideal candidate would have a strong knowledge of Drupal theme and module development, as well as other Web-based coding (HTML, CSS, Javascript), but also have a desire to learn new technologies. This is a great opportunity for someone early in their career to be part of an experienced, award-winning design and development team.

Necessary Skill Set

  • Drupal 6 and 7 experience
  • HTML5 / CSS3 implementation
  • Strong Javascript skills


  • 2-3 years experience working in website development preferred, but not required
  • BS/BA in digital design, computer science, or related field

Candidates *must* be able to work in our Philadelphia office. If you live in Helena, MT, or a similar distance from Philadelphia, please let us know how you will be able to do a 2300mi commute every day.

Send resume, link to online portfolio, links to your and/or Drupal Answers accounts, and rates to with the subject: drupal developer. In your email also include a Success Kid meme about your best form alter.

No calls please. No recruiters or placement agencies. No, seriously.


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About Matthew Fisher

Matthew Fisher is President and co-founder of the design firm Night Kitchen Interactive, where for over 15 years he has produced interpretative installations, online marketing, exhibits, and collections for arts, cultural heritage, and science organizations. Matthew consults with clients such as the Smithsonian Institution, Thomas Jefferson's Monticello and the SFMOMA on engaging audiences and building community online through interactive and social media. He recently co-authored a chapter in "Letting Go? Sharing Historical Authority in a User-Generated World" published by the Pew Center for Arts and Heritage.