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PHP Developer

  • Salary: £30000 - £36000 + benefits
  • Contract: Permanent
  • Location: Tonbridge, Kent
  • Industry: Marketing
Job description PHP Developer - Front and back end website development
£30k - £36k per annum
Tonbridge, Kent

A specialist design company providing original, innovative and bespoke solutions for print and digital. They're specialists in London and National Markets property marketing where our extensive knowledge has made us a leader in their field. They also create engaging brands, brochures and websites for clients who range from global companies to local enterprises across all sectors.

Some recent sites that are relevant:

http://mf-studio.co.uk/
https://www.richardsusskind.com/
http://thebrinellbuilding.co.uk/
https://www.wildspiritsofkent.co.uk/

The job role as it stands
*Front and back end website developer - front end HTML/CSS and JavaScript code to back end PHP.
*Some work with MYSQL databases.
*Occasional API Integrations using JSON or XML.
*Management of web servers over a number of providers and deployments.

Useful: Vue JS and Laravel as a lot of existing sites use these.

Your current job role as the existing guy sees it

A front and back end website developer, covering everything from writing front end HTML/CSS and JavaScript code to back end PHP (mostly Laravel) code to build server-side applications that interact with MYSQL databases.

Websites are largely static/portfolio type sites but there are also API integrations with various web services such as the Right Move/Zoopla API and other property-based ones (mostly involving work with JSON Apis and occasionally XML).

In addition to the coding, You will be also responsible for server issues and management (Digital Ocean/Media Temple/M247), DNS work and also all deployments. Any new developers would need to be familiar with Vue JS (a very popular modern JavaScript framework) and Laravel (PHP framework) as virtually all sites I've built use these now.

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