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7th Aug

Senior PHP Developer

— innovative cyber security business with awesome product

Location:
Oxfordshire (Remote)
Type:
Salary:
£60K - £70K
  • 100% remote working.
  • PHP, Symfony, RabbitMQ, AWS, Lambda.
  • Exciting project pipeline, new & emerging tech, collaborative culture.

An innovative cyber security business in Oxfordshire is looking for a Senior Developer to join their expanding team on a fully remote basis (aside from monthly/bi-monthly meetings onsite in Oxfordshire) and work on the company’s ground-breaking product. Their product focusses on a suite of educational cyber security tools used by major programmes worldwide and has seen huge success already, with nearly 300,000 users and growing. As a Senior Developer you’ll  be key to taking the business into the next phase of their exciting product roadmap throughout 2020 and beyond.

What skills you’ll need

  • Significant development experience with proven background in PHP. Knowledge of other server-side languages is a plus.
  • Experience working with Symfony.
  • Excellent knowledge of design patterns (OOP, DDD, BDD & TDD) and principles (SOLID & DRY).
  • An understanding of DevOps principles. Previous experience setting up CI/CD pipelines.
  • Strong working knowledge of AWS.
  • Understanding of test best practices using PHPUnit and Behat.

What you’ll be doing

As a Senior Developer you will work alongside the other Engineers and Technical Leader to deliver secure and scalable solutions for the back-end of their core product. You will play an integral role on a variety of business-critical projects including the migration of their product suite to Symfony with AWS and microservices architecture. Working closely with the DevOps team to maintain the CI/CD pipelines you’ll be an advocate for TDD/DevOps approaches. Adhering to coding best practices you will be required to undertake code & architecture reviews and share your technical expertise with the wider team. With new & emerging tech being incorporated on a regular basis this is a role with great variety and scope for progression. If you’re looking for a tech-centric development set-up this one is definitely for you.

What you’ll get in return

This is the chance to join a highly successful, cybersecurity business with a global reach. You’ll be part of a team that’s on the company’s cutting edge, with the chance to play with new tech and test new ideas. You’ll be offered a competitive salary of up to £70K, 28 days holiday, competitive pension scheme, private healthcare, flexitime, a sociable and enjoyable working environment with regular team socials (when they’re allowed again!).

What’s next

Want to be considered?  Send in your CV Now to ellen@adlib-recruitment.co.uk or call in for a chat 01179269530.

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