Website Designer and Developer


LCS is seeking a Front-End Website Developer/Designer with creative ideas, technical expertise, and a strong desire to produce high-quality work in a timely manner. Our web designers are involved in all phases of a project’s life cycle—working closely with customers—and are routinely expected to take responsibility for guiding each assigned project to completion.

  1. Designing and developing customer websites
  2. Updating and maintaining our current corporate websites
  3. Working with customers to define expectations and meet the goals of each project
  4. Creating website estimates and proposals
  5. Working with design elements and front-end coding


  1. BA/BS or equivalent work experience
  2. Minimum of two years of professional website design/development experience
  3. The ability to work with a variety of customers and projects
  4. Self-motivated, positive attitude
  5. The ability to juggle multiple projects, prioritize work, and meet deadlines
  6. Strong attention to detail
  7. The ability to consistently produce professional-grade, creative, timely designs
  8. Working knowledge of content management systems
  9. Professional web design skill sets (HTML, CSS, Javascript, JQuery, Photoshop, Illustrator, etc.)

It is highly recommended to include a sample of your work or link to your portfolio


401k and employer match (available after one year)
Profit Sharing option (available after one year)
9 paid company holidays
Paid time off (begins accrual upon start date)
Team-oriented work atmosphere
Newly renovated building with private parking lot
Nominated by our staff as one of Greater Cincinnati’s “Top Workplaces”
Medical, Dental, and Vision insurance

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