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— inspiring digital platforms
- Diverse and exciting client base, variety of web challenges.
- Work with PHP, CMS, Laravel/Yii, React.
- Fun, positive, R&D driven team, access to tech events and training.
A small but mighty Bath based digital agency is looking for a talented PHP Developer to product high-quality solutions for their impressive client base. They’re a progressive agency with a friendly, tight knit team working with brands across film, ecommerce and charity sectors to name a few.
What skills you'll need
- Competent building quality PHP websites.
- Experience of PHP MVC such as Laravel, Symfony, Yii etc.
- Previous experience integrating templates into CMS (e.g. WordPress, Craft etc).
- Use of version control systems such as Git.
- Familiarity with 3rd party API integration.
- Any experience of working on eCommerce websites would be great but not essential.
What you'll be doing
As PHP Developer you’ll help to create award-winning websites for some truly fantastic clients. The role will involve all elements of project work from planning, building, testing, delivery and support, working closely with the front-end developers to create high quality content-managed sites and dynamic web applications. They’re keen to find someone who enjoys collaborating and sharing their experiences, passing on your skills to others and picking up knowledge is key to success in this role. You’ll get to manage your own time and day, they’re not into micro-management here; project deadlines are very reasonable and work-life balance is a key part to the success of the business.
What you'll get in return
Joining a really friendly and knowledgeable team, you’ll have the opportunity to work with variety of leading brands across a number of different sectors. You’ll be encouraged to explore new tech and bring fresh idea’s to the table. You will receive a salary of up to £40K, flexible & remote working options, 23 days holiday (plus your birthday and Christmas off) pension scheme, access to conferences and training as well as the chance to make a real contribution in to the technical direction of the business. This is a really great company going places where job satisfaction and genuinely interesting project challenges are abundant.
Like the sound of this one? Send in your CV to Ellen now at firstname.lastname@example.org (01179269530) for immediate consideration.
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