PHP Developer - TagMan

London, United Kingdom
£50,000-50,000 GBP per year

Job summary


Reporting directly to the CTO, key responsibilities include:

  • Maintenance and development of core systems and technology
  • ownership of the development lifecycle, including coding, testing, revision control, and documentation
  • active participation in development sprints and daily flash meetings
  • responsibility for reliability and performance
  • ability to identify, communicate, and mitigate against risk

Candidate’s ideal qualities

  • a fast learner and an innovator
  • reliable and self motivated
  • attention to detail and quality

Essential experience

  • PHP to an expert level
  • Experience using MVC frameworks, e.g. Symfony, CakePHP
  • Strong OO experience
  • Experience of build testing / deployment processes; unit & regression, stress and performance testing, cross-browser
  • QA; best practice, benchmarking, code coverage
  • Version Control (SVN)
  • Linux / Apache


  • Experience of ORM framework & code gen tools
  • Testing: Selenium, Test::More, js-test-driver / Qunit / JS-Unit
  • JavaScript / AJAX / DOM / Jquery / YUI expertise
  • Perl, mod_perl, DBI
  • MySql
  • Microsoft .Net 2.0 / 3.5
  • High performance / availability web production environment
  • Python / Ruby

This is a pivotal role in a rapidly growing company that offers an excellent opportunity for professional development.

How to apply

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

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