Full Stack PHP Developer

Talent Point Ltd
City of London, London
17 Jul 2017
16 Aug 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
Full Stack PHP Developer

A brilliant opportunity to work alongside some of London's smartest developers,
Think help desk software, these guys are the best in the business
My customer provides a multifaceted helpdesk software solution that revolutionises the way businesses interact with their consumers. This exciting business are currently looking to hire a mid-to-senior full stack PHP developer that will have the chance to work alongside some of the biggest household names such as Yahoo and Microsoft.

This is a vital role. You will be working in a development team of 12, supporting the day to day customisations of the existing application ensuring that all maintenance is adhering to new standards, you will be able to bring your own ideas to the table when it comes to the addition of new features. The company is currently making the move from AWS to Google cloud using Redux.

As aforementioned they are looking for PHP developers, preferably full stack. They do not mind which frameworks you work in, they just expect a high level of understanding of PHP principles. Ideally you will have experience in working on large scale high end user products. Symfony would be a plus but is not mandatory, potentially allowing you to gain a new skill.

This company has worked from the ground up, even though it is a start-up it has received no VC funding, displaying the company's excellent work ethic and exceptional management. Working here you will have the opportunity to improve on your skills due to their complex work, allowing your career to flourish.

For more information on what I believe is a career defining opportunity please call Abbie at Talent Point or apply through the job board.

No terminology in this advert is designed to discriminate on grounds of gender, race, colour, religion, creed, disability, age, sex or sexual orientation. Talent Point Ltd is an equal-opportunity employer and does not discriminate against these or any other class protected by applicable law.