Software Developer – PHP, Laravel, React

About the Position

Software Development
Software Developer
£30,000 - £45,000

Job Role

Our client provide telephony solutions to the NHS, having undertaken massive growth with plans to keep going, they currently have over a third of the country’s Primary Care centre’s as users. They are looking for a developer to join a well established team who are always looking to create innovative new products for their customers, and you will be heavily involved in developing customer facing web applications.

They have a backlog of exciting enhancements and features that they are looking to implement, so you will help to deliver these, knowing that they will have a much wider benefits and positive impact on the healthcare sector as a whole.

Requirements & Experience

Technically, their main development language is PHP, but also work with JavaScript frameworks such as React and Electron, so any exposure/interest in these areas would be advantageous. Their customers are hosted from our client’s own datacentres, so they are looking for someone with good understand of databases, for example MySQL. Other technologies include, HTML, SASS, WebRTC, SIP, GIT.

You will not necessarily have to have experience with all of the above technologies, as there is scope within the business to offer solid training and development for anyone who demonstrates the right attitude and desire, so if you are a more Junior Developer looking to take the next step in your career, this could be the perfect opportunity for you.

Job Benefits

Contributory Pension Scheme
Team Lunches
Work From Home


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