PHP Developer - Wakefield - £45,000

Oscar Associates Limited
£30k - £40k pa
10 Nov 2017
16 Nov 2017
Contract Type
Full Time

PHP Developer - PHP, Zend, Laravel, MySQL - Wakefield - Salary up to £40,000 plus flexible working and more

The Role

Following success and some huge projects in the wings, a leading worldwide charity is looking for a PHP Developer - PHP, Zend, Laravel, MySQL - to join their talented team of Agile developers in preparation of exciting project work.

Working predominantly on back end systems, the PHP developer - PHP, Zend, Laravel, MySQL - will be working on complex back end systems utilising MVC frameworks to produce scalable and responsive back end code which will have 3rd party APIs integration within the system.

Initially starting as a programmer with responsibilities of producing high quality code, the PHP Developer - PHP, Zend, Laravel, MySQL - will progress into system design and architecture, giving you the chance to implement your own ideas and development practice.

PHP Developer Requirements

  • OO PHP
  • MVC Frameworks (Laravel, Zend Etc)
  • MySQL
  • API Development


  • Bootstrap
  • JQuery
  • 3rd Party API Integration
  • Agile development experience

The Company

The company are a charity helping millions of people around the globe get easy access to clean water in a safe and viable manner. Based in Wakefield, they offer an Agile working environment working in a close-knit and talented team of developers and the wider IT function. They offer both a consumer facing website as well as complex software solutions in a relaxed and flexible working environment.


If you are a PHP developer looking for a new challenge where your work will be crucial in helping those less fortunate around the globe, then make sure to apply now as interviews will be commencing shortly.

PHP Developer - PHP, Zend, Laravel, MySQL - Wakefield - Salary up to £40,000 plus flexible working and more

Oscar Technology Limited is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.

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