Senior PHP / WordPress Web Developer - City, London

Recruiter
Ashdown Group
Location
London
Salary
65000.0000
Posted
02 Feb 2017
Closes
02 Mar 2017
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
A large internationally recognised business is looking for a Senior PHP / WordPress Web Developer to help deliver a digital transformation project. Reporting into the Digital Technology Director and based from impressive offices in the City (London), the successful candidate will be responsible for developing, maintaining, supporting and improving multiple WordPress websites from basic sites with low traffic to more complex solutions with e-commerce functionality. The role will also include other initiatives such as creating a link to identity management, WordPress hosting, firewall solutions as well as overseeing third party development resources.

In order to be suitable for this role you must have experience working in a PHP Programmer, Web Developer, WordPress Specialist or similar role, with a proven track record of working on multiple complex enterprise level WordPress sites. It is essential to have detailed knowledge of full stack development including UI design and front end coding, PHP, WordPress, MySQL database design and configuration as well as in-house framework and webhook development.

This is a pivotal role in a large business with a broad remit including solution development, hands on coding and overseeing third party resources - it would suit a passionate WordPress Developer who is keen to own a project of this scale. This Senior PHP / WordPress Web Developer role is paying a basic salary of £65,000 plus benefits.

If you would like to apply for this Senior PHP / WordPress Web Developer role please ensure that you include all relevant skills and experience to stand the best chance of securing an interview. Please send a WORD CV indicating reference number ASH15540JH in the subject line of your email.

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