Manchester, Greater Manchester
£35000 - £45000 per annum + benefits & training
9 months ago
Are you looking for an opportunity to grow your eCommerce development skills developing high-quality bespoke software? Do you want to work in a sleek, modern, relaxed environment creating high quality work? A fantastic new opportunity has arisen as a PHP Developer in the heart of Manchester. This role can offer between £35,000 and £45,000, and comes with excellent benefits and training.
Our client are a leading, aware-winning UK eCommerce consultancy. They create high-quality bespoke systems for a wide-variety of well-known retail clients, tailoring every project to meet their clients' needs. This company truly believes in establishing good satisfaction amongst their employees, and encourage a friendly, relaxed atmosphere, devoting a large portion of their office recreation, including pool tables, ping pong tables, and arcade machines. Their office is located in Manchester city centre, with fantastic views across the whole city, with some of the finest meeting rooms around. Our client also offer fantastic training opportunities to help you develop your skills to reach your full potential. This role will allow you the opportunity to develop high-quality software, working closely with clients to meet their needs to provide a quality over quantity service.
Successful candidates for this role will be able to demonstrate good experience using PHP. Some experience with Magento would also be beneficial, but is not essential. Ideally, you will have experience working in an eCommerce environment. Magento Certification would be beneficial, but is not essential.
If you want the opportunity to develop high-quality software, for a successful and growing company who strongly promote employee well-being and training, then click apply to send me your CV for an immediate telephone interview!
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