LAMP web application developer

Zedcore Systems Ltd
Sheffield, United Kingdom
Commensurate with skills and experience

Job summary

Zedcore Systems Ltd is a web applications development company based in Sheffield S10. We do the technical things that make web systems work and stay working.

We're presently a small (5 person) company with lots of growth potential (read on...) so this is an opportunity for the right person to make a niche for themselves and become a key part of the company.

Our main activity is the development and ongoing evolution of database-driven web applications. These include:

  • Recruitment workflow systems for NHS Trusts that manage a job application from advert right through to appointment.

  • Hotel booking system for around 1,500 hotels

  • Web, intranet and document management systems for a trade union. The sites connect in to their in-house membership databases.

  • Web and intranet sites for Chesterfield Royal Hospital with distributed content management.

  • Staff surveys for the Department of Work and Pensions.

  • Various content management and sales-oriented sites for organisations from charities up to multi-million pound turnover companies.

  • GraduatesYorkshire.

Sites are developed in PHP using our own coding framework.

We also provide high-availability Linux-based hosting and systems administration services.

Please forgive the state of our own website! We get business from word-of-mouth so it's not a sales tool for us and has been overlooked while we're busy working on customer sites.

How to apply

To apply please send you CV, together with a covering letter outlining your salary expectations to [email protected]

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