A software house with a fantastic Mobile App and PHP dashboard is looking for an experienced Senior Developer to join their small development team. This is a rare opportunity to get stuck into a challenging development role within a friendly team. You'll learn lots, have lots of responsibility and be in a position to shape this company's growth over the next 2-3 years. Stock/Share options are available for the right candidate. Salary is up to £45k p.a.
Working within a small Development team, you will be expected to provide input to provide the best solutions to technical challenges and to improve current systems.
To be considered for this Senior Developer role we seek the following skills and experience;
- Good working knowledge of the LAMP stack
- Industry experience working with a modern framework such as Yii, Laravel or Symfony
- MySQL database knowledge
- Version control system
- Root cause analysis skills
Candidates will also need to demonstrate that they can work under pressure and to tight deadlines with a commitment to providing an outstanding level of service to customers.
Experience writing APIs, testing code with frameworks such as PHPUnit and Node JS experience will help your application.
This is a role for a company developing a leading field-based software application aimed at a specific market sector. They are stable and have a good client list already - stock options will be offered to the right candidate after a qualifying period of time. Salary is up to £45k p.a.
Send me your CV for immediate consideration. Prompt feedback is guaranteed. We already have interview dates in the Client's diary.
prosperIS is a recruitment consultancy specialised in the provision of skilled PHP Web Developers, Front-End Developers, Back-End Developers and Full Stack Web Developers across The South-West.
We believe this role is commutable from Exeter. Exmouth, Totnes, Torbay, Newton Abbot, Teignmouth, Dawlish and large parts of South Devon and West Somerset.
prosperIS and our client are equal opportunity employers. No terminology used in this advert is intended to discriminate on the grounds of race, age, sex, disability etc...