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4th Mar

Back-End Magento Developer

— Positive

Location:
Type:
Salary:
£50000 - £40000
  • Multiple award-winning digital agency and Magento partner.
  • Varied client base including big household names.
  • Big focus on the wellbeing of employees, great benefits and inspiring culture.

If you’re a Magento Developer with a good understanding of Back-end development, enjoy a challenge love using the newest tech to provide innovative solutions, read on!

What you will be doing

You’ll be joining the in-house development team to deliver on large scale, international eCommerce projects. You’ll be encouraged to put forward ideas and bring your passion to the table, finding new and innovative solutions to our client’s problems. Your voice and ideas are what make up the quality of our client’s product and they are keen to bring on a talented developer to keep pushing the company forward.

You’ll work with well-known and exciting brands, using the Magento Commerce platform to develop some top-quality projects. Ideally, you’ll have a passion for eCommerce, experience with Magento 2 and the ability to bring this together to create something that matches the exceptionalism of our client. As a part of one of the top Magento agencies in the UK, this will be a great chance to upskill, grow and contribute to a hugely successful organisation.

What experience you will need

  • experience coding in PHP (SOLID MVC and OO patterns)
  • experienced with Magento 2 +
  • knowledge of software engineering and software design.
  • experience of working with and optimising MySQL, or Percona DB databases, and creating SQL.
  • solid knowledge of PSR standards
  • worked in and are comfortable in an Agile development environment
  • familiar with GIT and Github
  • experience using PHP to consume web services (REST, SOAP, XML RPC) and building custom integrations with 3rd party services
  • have used composer, PHPUnit, XDebug, GIT, GitHub, Redis
  • maintained staging LEMP environments and are familiar with continuous testing & delivery approaches
  • experience of the full development life cycle from planning to coding to delivery
  • experience with enterprise-grade websites.

 

What you will get in return

Aside from a great bonus, you’ll have access to the remote first working policy (you can choose to work from home or in office), regular team socials, annual personal & professional training budget, generous holiday, company pension, private healthcare, flexitime working.

 

What next?

If you like the sound of this role, please apply with your most up to date CV or contact me on josh.a@adlib-recruitment.co.uk or on +447 985273768

 

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