Developer – Amazing Company – Remote Working Included

Permanent @Garniche Jobs UK in IT
  • Gateshead, Tyne and Wear View on Map
  • Post Date : January 18, 2023
  • Apply Before : March 10, 2023
  • Salary: $350,006,000,010.00 - $60,000.00
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  • Job ID 310409

Job Description

Developer, Up to £60,000 + 10% Bonus + Benefits, ASAP Start, Full Remote Working, Gateshead Area, Amazing Company with culture to match

Overview of the Developer:

The purpose of the role is to work alongside a team of other developers to build websites and applications, both for specific client projects, as well as contributing to the company's internal microservice-based platform.

Due to continued growth and demand in the business we can be flexible in hiring either a Junior Developer, Developer or Senior Developer and salary will depend on the experience you can offer into the role.

Developer Duties:

Taking ownership of assigned tasks and projects, completing them within agreed deadlines
Completing development tasks using a range of technology including HTML, CSS, JavaScript, PHP, and MySQL
Testing tasks completed by yourself or others for bugs, quality, and performance
Working with other developers in your team to resolve problems
Investigating and resolving bugs or issues assigned to you
Reviewing other developers' codes via pull requests and providing constructive feedback
Communicating with project managers or other stakeholders to understand requirements and feedback questions or concerns
Effectively communicating problems or issues preventing you from completing your assigned tasks
Improving developer documentation
Finding and communicating ways to optimise and improve existing processes, procedures, and technology
Contributing to development standards
Supporting and guiding other developers in your team, including junior developersIdeal Background:

PHP (inc. PHP 7.x); Modern PHP frameworks and Composer
Automated testing in PHP (unit, integration, e2e testing)
MySQL, Postgres or other SQL databases
Redis, Memcached, or other key-value stores
Caching and cache invalidation methodologies
Object oriented design principles and common design patterns
Client-side JavaScript frameworks (e.g. Vue.js)
Software and database performance optimisation
Software architecture
Event streaming based architectures
Version control (Git)
Queues and worker processes in PHP
Web application security
HTML accessibility including WCAG 2
Microservice architectures
Developing and consuming HTTP REST APIs