|Job Ref:||204707439||Employer:||cv-library.co.uk||Job Type:||Permanent||Country:||United Kingdom||City:||Manchester||Address:||Post Code:||M13||Salary:||£25000 - £35000/annum Flexible Hours / Part Time Available||Post Date:||21/10/2016 02:22|
Web Developer required for a young & dynamic creative organisation in the heart of Manchester. Due to continued success, ambitious growth plans and an imminent office move my client are keen to add to the already high calibre team. |
As you'll be joining a small team (the company has less than 20 employees), you'll be a key member of the organisation from day one. You'll have the opportunity to really make an impact when it comes to the technical direction of multiple projects for some great customers.
On a day to day basis, you'll work closely with the CEO, Designers and Project Managers to ensure the customer is happy with everything from: the framework of the sites; appearance / UX & UI; security, testing and any payment systems or shopping carts a customer may need.
To be successful in this role you are going to need experience of the following skills / methodologies:
** PHP / LAMP Stack
** Zend / Laravel / Symfony
** CMS - WordPress / Magento or any other CMS experience would be ideal
** Object Orientated Programming / OOP / OO
** Any experience in a creative / marketing agency environment would be looked upon favourably
The go to provider of mobile applications to a whole host of clients, including a variety of household names. Our client are keen for a dedicated Apple professional to join the team and help progress their product offering to current and future clients.
From day one you'll be involved in a range of projects and will be a key player in the team delivering first class mobile solutions to the company's customers. They are looking for someone who is incredibly passionate about all things Apple and driven by the possibilities when it comes to their newer offerings like the Apple Watch, iOS 10 and iPhone 7 (basically an Apple fanboy or girl - and I mean that in the best possible way!).
Although the team has grown substantially over the last couple of years, they are very aware of how important company culture is and they have managed to maintain a real start-up / family feel to the organisation. I really don't see that changing no matter how big they get.
If this sounds of interest, please don't hesitate in applying and feel free to contact Liam at Cathcart Associates to discuss further