Full Stack PHP Developer

About the Position

Software Development
Ipswich / Remote
£40,000 - 45,000

Job Role

Innovative Tech 100 business is looking to add two full stack PHP Developers to their team as they expand their product offering as well as enhancing their existing platform and solutions. With ambitious plans and an impressive client list which has grown substationally in the last 12 months this really is a fantastic time to join this SAAS company.

Joining a team of 8 you will be working with the latest releases around the LAMP stack and will have the opportunity to work on a variety of products and solutions including their first venuture into JavaScript based desktop applications. With a flat structure across the team, they are flexible in their approach to development and will be looking for people who are keen to bring their own ideas and experiences to the business to help them improve aspects of what they currently do.

Requirements & Experience

Technically they expect you to have strong development skills with object orientated PHP, good knowledge of database technologies as well as solid front end skills including HTML, JavaScript and SASS. Any experience with newer JavaScript frameworks such as React / Vue.js / Angular would be beneficial.

Alongside the core technical skills you should write clean and maintainable code, have previous experience of web based applications and be familiar with version control systems such as Git. Also, part of the role will focus on building API’s to integrate with 3rd party systems so any previous experience in that area would be advantageous.

This is an outstanding opportunity to join a business that is really going places and could offer you some fantastic technical and personal development opportunities as they begin the first stage of evolving their product base.

Job Benefits

Contributory Pension Scheme
Health Insurance
Work From Home
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