This is a fantastic opportunity for a Web Developer to make a key contribution to the development, design and implementation of business-critical Software applications for an established organisation already employing 30 people but with ambitious growth plans and budgets. Key skills will be PHP and MySQL Development. LAMP Development experience in combination with iOS, Android and/or UX / UI experience will help. This is a successful company with a great product.
Role: Mid-Weight Developer
Salary: £25k - £35k p.a. plus great benefits (read more about this below)
Your day-to-day duties will be varied and will include developing and implementing mobile-first software. Training is on offer for less experienced candidates.
This is a rare opportunity; you'll have a defined career path to Manager/Director level so a great chance to progress. Our client is developing some great products in a niche area; so they are financially stable. This is not a Digital Agency role so you'll be working on one great product/service offering but you won't get bored. You'll be based in a beautiful barn conversion situated in a rural location (no boring industrial estate!).
On offer is a great salary for the right candidate (depending on your skills and experience of course), car parking, private healthcare, free gym sessions, free pizza on Tuesdays and a decent pension. One of the most important things will be the opportunity to progress your career and learn new skills. This is not a role in which a good Web Developer will get bored.
This Web Developer role is full-time and a permanent role.
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We believe this role is commutable from Exeter, Dawlish, Exmouth, Kingsbridge, Budleigh Salterton, Sidmouth, Lyme Regis, Honiton and large parts of East Devon or South Somerset.
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No terminology used in this advert is intended to discriminate on the grounds of age, race, sex etc.. The use of the words 'senior' and 'middleweight' or similar are indicative of experience levels relevant to this role and not age.