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Senior PHP Developer


Job Type:


Full-time, permanent


£45,000 - £55,000 per year

About the Role

Want to know the number 1 reason PHP Developers look for a new job?

They feel undervalued.

Do you feel valued by the company you work for?

If you’re unable to answer yes, and you’re based in the North West, then you’ll want to read on…

A Manchester-based SaaS company I'm partnered with is looking to hire a Senior PHP Developer (up to £55k) and their success is built on making sure their employees know just how valuable they are.

So how do they do that?

Well for a start, you won’t feel isolated in the development team.

Here, you’ll work closely with key stakeholders in other areas of the business to make sure the ship’s steering in the same direction towards a common goal.

You’ll have a genuine impact on the design and architecture of a cutting edge product that’s well known in the property sector.

Ideally, you’ll be comfortable working with PHP, Laravel, Vue, CSS, Sass, unit testing, TDD, BDD and have experience of Agile methodologies.

But don’t discount yourself if you’re not an expert with all of the above. They want someone to solve problems, not tick boxes.

You’ll feel right at home here if you’re naturally curious and enjoy working autonomously.

You’d work from home 4 days a week and be on-site in central Manchester 1 day a week to ensure there’s an aspect of face-to-face collaboration.

Here are some of the ways they show appreciation for your hard work:

£1000 holiday budget
£500 learning and development budget
Paid volunteering scheme
Electric car initiative
A grown up approach to work-life balance with flexible working hours
Cycle to work scheme

As well as this, you can take comfort in knowing you work for a climate-positive company.

Not only has the company been recognised as ‘world-class’ by Best Company for a 2nd year running, but they’ve recently won countless awards including an award for their data-driven approach to product development.

Perhaps this sounds great, but you’d consider yourself a strong mid-level rather than a senior. If that’s the case I’d still like to hear from you.

Good luck!

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