|Job Title:||PHP Developer|
|Salary:||£30000 - £50000 per annum|
|Contact Name:||Liam Jones|
|Job Published:||10 days ago|
Or are you looking for a fresh challenge where you are able to grow within a successful organisation?
Then please read on as this may be a perfect match for you.
I’m currently working with a highly successful business based in the centre of Birmingham who are on the lookout for an experienced PHP Developer to join their team and lead a small cell of developers.
But why, you ask?
They are currently going through a huge amount of growth due to a massive amount of demand for their products and are looking to bring in some fresh faces to help with the maintenance and development of their product range.
What will I be doing?
You will be working with a team of developers to help support and develop the client’s portfolio of in house applications, mobile apps and Websites.
What will I get in return?
First of all you’ve probably got bills or things to pay – you’ll be offered a great salary, as well as that you’ll be working for a company who will really value you and offer you all the training and help you need in order to be successful in the role. Progression is clear within the business, most of the senior management are made up from people who have been promoted internally.
Awesome, what do I need?
Ideally you will have experience in the following areas;
- Solid experience of LAMP stack
- Front end development; HTML5 and CSS
- Candidates must be driven to achieve high levels of quality in their work
Please send me the latest copy of your CV and I’ll aim to give you a call – unfortunately due to the high volume of applicants I may not be able to get in touch with everyone so if you haven’t been called within 3 days of submitting then you have been unsuccessful in being shortlisted please don’t be deterred in your job hunt! I may have other opportunities more suited to your skills and experience in the near future.
GSA Techsource Ltd operates as an Employment Agency when recruiting for permanent vacancies, and an Employment Business when recruiting for contract vacancies. All contract rates quoted are to Ltd companies.