We are looking for one or two full time, full stack, PHP developers to join our small but dynamic team to assist with application development and support.
The responsibilities of a successful candidate will be a mix of:
Extending and supporting several legacy PHP and Silex/Symfony based applications (more PHP, or Symfony experience here is a plus)
Writing unit tests (PHPUnit, PHPSpec experience a plus)
Helping to test new application releases by finding and investigating bugs
Communicating updates to various parts of our client's businesses that use our software
DevOps activities - generally helping test deployment scripts or helping with actual application deployments (Jenkins CI, continuous integration/deployment, and Chef/Ruby experience here is a plus)
Creating and troubleshooting SQL custom reports
Just generally being helpful and likeable!
This role really suits a jack of all trades who always wants to learn something new, as we use a very diverse array of tools.
We work very closely with our clients and this position will involve a component working embedded within their business but otherwise out of a coworking space. This is a great opportunity to extend your business skills as often our clients rely on us for more than just technical advice, so if you want to extend your experience beyond simply programming then this role is definitely for you.
Skills and Requirements
The technical skills we are looking for are:
Strong OO PHP skills
CSS and Bootstrap
GIT or similar CVS systems
SOLID and DRY principles/related patterns
Unit and Functional testing experience
MySQL, SQL Server or MongoDB experience
Strong problem solving skills
All the above skills are important to us, so please briefly tell us how you have applied each of them, or if you haven't, how you would go about learning enough about them to use them productively.
Remuneration is flexible and will be commensurate with your experience. If you are interested please submit your CV, along with a brief explanation of how you fit the above selection criteria.