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Job offered: Middleweight PHP Developer

Type: Full-time
Location: Nottingham


Middleweight PHP Developer


As one of the UK’s leading custom e-learning development houses, we’ve got over 20 years’ experience in e-learning design and development for an international set of blue chip customers.


Our client’s development team  is in demand and  are looking for a Middleweight Developer to join their fast paced, dynamic Nottingham based team.


Candidates will need to have Moodle / Totara experience.


Full time – 40 hours per week Monday – Friday.


Salary: £25,000 - £30,000


To start ASAP


You will be involved with customising Moodle and Totara Learning Management Systems, working with supporting technologies to meet their client’s requests.


You will also build plugins and enhancements, fixing bugs and implementing 3rd party system integrations.


Skills and experience needed:


  • Developing in HTML, CSS, Javascript/jQuery

  • PHP 5

  • Opensource databasese – mySQL, PostgreSQL

  • Moode or Totara

  • Linux, Apache

  • GIT


Our client is seeking a highly self-motivated  individual with bags of enthusiasm and willing to work on technically challenging projects with demanding time scales. Along with great organisational skills and a keen eye for detail.


If you have the desired experience and this sounds like the challenge you are looking for, please don’t hesitate to contact Liz at Wheatcroft Sims Associates on


Wheatcroft Sims operates as an Employment Agency.

Entry added by Liz Szymandera - Friday, 4 April 2014, 7:05 PM
Last updated - Friday, 4 April 2014, 9:11 PM