Web Developer - Digital Start-Up - Digital sector
Our client is a start-up that is set to revolutionise the way in which retailers run their loyalty schemes. They have conjured up an exciting array of slick digital tools that will greatly benefit merchants, allowing them to run their own bespoke loyalty schemes with ease - whilst customers benefit from having a ubiquitous method of redemption.
We are looking for a talented, all-round web developer to join the ranks of this exciting start up. The successful candidate will be getting their hands dirty from day one and will be expected to quickly settle into our client's tight-knit, rapidly-growing, collaborative environment. You will work closely alongside the company CEO, product, and engineering teams.
This is a varied, hands on role. Your core responsibility will be to deliver well tested, scalable features as well as continually improving our clients website architecture and increasing back-end performance. You will also be responsible for:
- Maintaing and enhancing website security
- Implementing new features, fixing bugs and writing tests
- Participating in all stages of the web development process, from architectural design to live deployment
- Working with large datasets across multiple data stores
So what are we looking for?
- Passion for all things IT/web related
- Degree in computer science/related discipline
- Knowledge of PHP, MySQL, Apache, HTML and CSS
- Understanding of development frameworks
- Previous API Development knowledge
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