Middleweight PHP Developer
Ideally you'll have a few years experience under your belt already, but more crucially you'll be passionate about solving problems and building things. You'll probably have an account with Github or Bitbucket where you're in the middle of a pet project or six. You'll also understand the value of planning and thinking ahead in development, and how that can save you painting yourself into a corner later on. For more on what we think makes a great developer, check out this blog post.
As a middleweight developer you'll help fill out our small but perfectly formed development team. You'll be asked to undertake maintenance on existing client websites, as well as undertaking new projects, helping with putting together estimates for new work, and peer testing the output of others - but apart from that the role will shape around you. We're also really big on training and development, so there'll always be ways for you to add more strings to your bow; and because we're a small team you'll be able to really make your mark and influence not just where your own role goes, but where the company goes as a whole!
Ideally we're looking for someone full time, on-site for this role - but we will consider part-time hours or remote working for the right candidate.
The benefits & the rest
See the green panel on the left for the benefits of working for Freshleaf, or check out the we're hiring page for a bit more info on what it's like to work here.
How to apply:
If you would like to talk to us about the PHP developer role why not drop your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org letting us know what you can bring to the team and why you'd like to work with us. Alternatively call Lesley on 01202 847160. We look forward to hearing from you soon.
Whats in it for me?
- Competitive salary
- 28 days holiday per year (including bank holidays)
- Parking permit so your parking is covered
- Every Friday afternoon is R&D time - time to try out new ideas, platforms and technologies
- 3 paid volunteering days per year to support local good causes, usually something out-doorsy that we do as a group.
- Team-building days
- Regular personal development sessions
- In-house knowledgeshare training sessions
- Annual first aid training
- Quarterly innovation sessions
- The chance to work for a company where work/life balance is not just an abstract idea
- The opportunity to be a big part of a small team