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Job offered: PHP Developer (Moodle, E-Learning)

Type: Full-time
Location: London

PHP Software Developer


Salary between £25,000 and £45,000 plus pension and 25 days holiday

A fantastic opportunity for an experienced PHP Software developer to join a leading global brand, based in London.

 As the number and scope of projects within this multi million pound organisation continues expands rapidly, many unique projects large and small are in the pipeline. Working in an agile development team, the PHP Software Developer will be responsible for developing e-learning solutions on multiple platforms for a growing global customer base.

 The successful PHP Software Developer will have strong PHP object oriented programming / modular programming experience, experience working in an e-learning environment and an understanding of MVC design patterns and frameworks (ideally Zend). The PHP Software Developer will also have strong front-end development and responsive design experience, including HTML5, CSS3 and Javascript - yui and jQuery, experince with Moodle and an understanding of Ajax

 Experience developing feature rich dynamic software applications, working in Agile teams within the SCRUM framework and experience of the full software development lifecycle: from requirements gathering and functional specification authoring, to development, testing and delivery would be advantageous.

 For more information call Jennifer on 0117 930 8575 or send your CV


Entry added by Jennifer Campin - Thursday, 17 January 2013, 12:25 AM
Last updated - Thursday, 17 January 2013, 3:13 AM