WordPress Developer (Remote)

Digital Gurus Recruitment
£30000.00 pa
09 Nov 2017
16 Nov 2017
Contract Type
Full Time

Digital Gurus are urgently looking for an experienced fullstack WordPress developer, to work remotely for a company based in Leeds. If you are a self-sufficient worker and want to work with a relaxed and friendly team from the comfort of your own home then this could be a that opportunity you've been looking for.

This agency have multiple offices with a long list of successful clients who you'll be producing sites for, they offer a really great variety of web apps, digital products and eCommerce sites. They place trust in their staff to work from home, smashing productivity levels and cutting down on that 9-5 commuting hassle!

Our ideal candidate will have bucket loads of common sense, be a good team player and a fast learner who can take control of projects and help define technical specifications across a range of exciting projects where we are pushing WordPress to its limits. We regularly work with complex integration's across commerce (WooCommerce) APIs, CRMs etc, doing clever things with WordPress beyond just building simple brochure sites.

For 1 day a week you'll be working in the office so for this role you'll need to be based in Yorkshire or the North West, for the other four days you'll get the option to work from home.

Skills needed:

  • PHP
  • WordPress
  • MySQL
  • HTML5
  • CSS3
  • JavaScript
  • Bespoke functionality/themes/plugins/extensions

We are looking for a passionate developer who loves to stay at the forefront of technology, someone who is motivated, driven and eager to push ahead in their development career, continuously experimenting with new technologies and keeping up with best standards.

If this role sounds of interest and you have the above skills, please get in touch with Sam Allen at Digital Gurus and email across your CV.

**Please note, this is a permanent role and applicants must be eligible to work in the UK**

This job was originally posted as www.jobsite.co.uk/job/959501648