Full Stack Web Developer

6 days left

£35k - 45k per year + Negotiable Salary & Package
31 May 2018
28 Jun 2018
Daniel Taylor
Contract Type
Full Time

Full Stack Developer – PHP - Ipswich - Excellent Salary & Package - Salary Negotiable

If you are an experienced and passionate technology professional with plan to be the best at what you do, then this is the next career step for you. We are working with an forward thinking technical business pushing to become one of the key names in the exciting sectors they operate in. 

We looking for a Full Stack Developer with excellent focus towards PHP and MVC. We require someone that can demonstrate they are familiar with all aspects of web development projects. It’s important that you love working with code, you're bright, energetic, conscientious and show a desire to learn about new technology and best practice development and coding. 

This is much more than just a technical development position. It is an opportunity to work in a great environment on some of the latest technologies and trends. It is an opportunity to learn new skills both technical and non technical and a chance to be involved in managing greenfield projects. 

Skills & Knowledge Required 

  • PHP
  • MySQL
  • MVC Framworks
  • HTML
  • SASS
  • JavaScript / Jquery
  • Responsive Frameworks 
  • Adobe Creative Suite

Please apply with an up to date version of your CV. Or call me to discuss. 

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