Graduate / Junior PHP Developer - (Social Media Digital Agency)

Company
Finer Vision London
Location
London, United Kingdom
Salary
Benefits + Bonus

About Finer Vision London

FV was created to provide a fresh insight to everything online or mobile. Our fascination with the Internet and utilising it to inform, educate and amuse has enabled us to create a full service digital agency providing solutions, not just answers, whilst always daring to be different!

FV is a London based creative digital agency delivering knowledge, experience and passion for all things digital, combined with great ideas and technology, delivering unique solutions to clients.

Job summary

Finer Vision is a London based creative digital agency delivering knowledge, experience and passion for all things digital, combined with great ideas!

This is a fantastic time to join Finer Vision, as we continue to grow and explore new technologies, new channels to market and new business opportunities.

As a developer you will be involved in the day to day development of projects, from microsites, facebook application to cms applications and tools. We are a young and fun, intelligent, upbeat team who enjoy and want to be cutting edge creative, as our work is noticed and used generally to create awareness.

Skills & Requirements

Recommended experience in the following areas is required and knowledge of backend and front end build including: - Strong knowledge of PHP, Javascript, MySQL, HTML & CSS - Experience with PHP - UI/UX design experience and some knowledge with building in facebook.

How to apply

please email your cv and links to work to davidlucas@finervision.com

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