PHP Developer – SAAS Solutions

About the Position

£35,000 - £45,000

Job Role

We are currently wokring with an expanding SAAS business who are looking to hire an experienced PHP Developer to join their product team who have a marketing leading cloud based solution. They have recently won several new contracts which is the reason they need to further expand their team. They’re a great business who are going from strength to strength in their market place and given the growth they are expecting over the next couple of years this would be a great time to get involved.

Requirements & Experience

Skill wise it is going to be PHP, HTML, SASS, JavaScript and MySQL any experience with React is desirable. They don’t expect you to have all the required skills just a solid grounding in web application development is a great starting point, they can teach you the rest. Salary is in the region of £40 – 45K depending on experience as well as some excellent benefits including remote working.

Job Benefits

Contributory Pension Scheme
Cycle to Work
Health Insurance
Work From Home
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