Enthusiastic PHP Web Programmer

at Zodiac Media in London

(₤20000 - ₤30000 per year)

We’re looking for an enthusiastic and talented Junior/Mid-Level Full Stack PHP Web Developer.


About the role:


Zodiac Media specializes in PHP website development covering front and back-end coding and server management. Essentially, we turn designs into great websites. In terms of technology we like to use Symfony for our bespoke work, Drupal or WordPress for off-the-shelf CMSs, and Magento for eCommerce sites. We also like to keep our skills up to date so we’re not averse to trying out the latest in vogue technologies if our projects justify them. Our project work involves everything from small start-up companies to multinationals. We feel we’re a great company to work for!


Skills & Requirements:


As a start you should have a good knowledge of:


  • Object Oriented PHP5, including experience with a PHP framework
  • jQuery JavaScript library including the use of AJAX techniques
  • HTML & CSS (with knowledge of responsive techniques)
  • Code repositories
  • Cross browser compatibility
  • Previous work with Sass, Vagrant, Gulp and Git would be a bonus

About you:


You’ll have at least a year of commercial web development experience and should be confident enough to take on some responsibility in development projects. Good knowledge of both front and back-end development is a must.


More important than any of the above is that you are intelligent, passionate about website development, and are always looking to learn and improve your skills.


You must also have the indefinite right to live and work in the UK and be able to work onsite at our office during normal working hours.


We’re a small web development agency based in Stockwell, about a 10 minute walk from the Victoria Line tube station.


If you tick off all of the above then we’d be really excited to work with you.


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Published at 04 Jan 2017
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