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PHP Developer Laravel Symfony
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Recruiter: Client Server
Listed on: 11th June
Location: London
Salary/Rate: £65000 - £80000
Type: Permanent
Start Date:
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Contact Name: Open Source Team

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PHP Developer (Laravel Symfony Zend TDD BDD). Would you like to be developing your PHP skills within a challenging and rewarding environment where you will work alongside a collaborative, inclusive and close-knit team? You will be tackling exciting technical projects on a daily basis whilst receiving continual training to help you reach your potential as a PHP Developer.

Successful research consultancy is seeking a PHP Developer to join their growing team. Your main responsibility will be to design and develop complex, data centric systems used to assess risk within the energy trading markets. You will be experimenting with new technologies and languages (such as Node, serverless architecture and Python) and will be encouraged to make technical recommendations, always seeking out the best tool for the job.

Based in fantastic offices in Canary Wharf, you will be joining a friendly company that offer an excellent benefits package and perks including; a top of the range MacBook Pro, a training and personal improvement budget, gym subsidy, breakfast, snacks, annual company retreats, an open in-house bar on Fridays and more!

Requirements:
*Previous experience within a PHP Developer role
*Detailed working knowledge of a modern PHP framework (Laravel, Symfony, Zend)
*TDD or BDD experience (ideally both)
*Understand clean code principles such as SOLID and design patterns
*Excellent communication skills
*Desirable: AWS, Swagger Open API

As a PHP Developer (Laravel Symfony) you can expect to earn a competitive salary (up to £80k) plus bonus and benefits.

Apply today or call 020 7090 2582 to have a confidential discussion about this PHP Developer (Laravel Symfony) role.