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May 072017
 


Company: Depth Computing Limited

Job Title: Full Stack PHP Developer

Category: ICT

Job Description: We are looking for a Full Stack PHP Developer to join our growing team. We are on the forefront of tech development and continue to prioritise tech modernisation and great company culture.

A successful candidate will be working alongside other engineers and developers, collaborating on the various application development.

Summary: As a seasoned PHP developer, you will work within our dynamic and cross-functional agile team environment to develop and build out a suite of in-house and client applications.

You will use your experience with Frameworks like Laravel and Yii at an architectural level alongside Jquery, AngularJS 1&2 and backbone JS, as well as further develop your database skills.

This role also offers the successful candidate the opportunity to further their experience using CSS preprocessors (LESS/SASS) and PHP templating to build out strong, sustainable PHP applications.

Responsibilities

  • Building scalable websites and applications in PHP and MySql database.
  • Extending existing projects
  • Developing experimental web and responsive mobile applications
  • Create, test, troubleshoot and maintain the product code and databases to ensure strong optimization and seamless functionality.
  • Preparing documentation for web development projects
  • Contribute in all levels of development cycle..
  • Work independently, take ownership of activities and drive to completion
  • Ability to evaluate and prioritize a long list of dependent and independent tasks based on business and technical constraints
  • Ability to write clean, well-documented code
  • Effective problem solving skills including decision making and time management

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