PHP Developer

Job description

Storm are looking for a focused, enthusiastic and passionate Back-End developer(s) to build solid PHP websites, delivering projects with speed and accuracy.

Working alongside Front-End developers and designers you will be responsible for delivering comprehensive programming solutions for a variety of web based projects. As a full-service agency, projects at Storm are always different, but based on a Laravel framework, this provides an effective dynamic workflow that makes each day interesting. 

We value forward thinking, the ability to learn new things quickly, meet deadlines, build solid and robust solutions with a genuine enthusiasm for the technology and task at hand. 

The ideal candidate has proven experience developing CMS driven websites, is database savvy and is comfortable working with third-party APIs. From a process perspective we’d expect you to have a broad range of experience in development techniques and be comfortable working with GIT.

 

Salary Up to £40,000 p/a (dependent upon ability) 

 

Requirements

Must haves:

  • Excellent PHP and MySQL skills
  • Laravel (or similar) experience
  • Javascript skills - preferably with jQuery vue.js
  • Comfortable working with APIs
  • Exceptional attention to detail and strong troubleshooting skills
  • Happy in a growth environment (we are wining awards and growing - currently at 30 team members)

Responsibilities 

  • To provide input and technical knowledge for website development and specifications.
  • To develop the Back-End of websites alongside Front-End to logically deliver fast, proficient and secure websites.
  • To integrate third-party API’s (Google, Facebook, EPOS Systems and Payment Gateways) where required.
  • To develop and maintain the internal CMS and framework used for powering the content of client websites. 

Technical Skills Required 

  • Excellent working knowledge of PHP and MySQL
  • Proficient understanding of code versioning tools, such as GIT and command line
  • Understanding of LAMP stack and other server side requirements