Moodle developer (50%)
Organization based in Switzerland, is looking for a Senior Moodle developer.
successful candidate will work together with the
Online Learning Development Team, at a 50% rate (20 hours per week) and be responsible for technical
implementation of Moodle development projects. The candidate will administer
the Moodle platform (back-end), as well as develop and deploy agile technical
solutions to ensure reliability and resilience. He/she will assist with plan
and estimate the extent of the dev workload; will be responsible for quality
assurance; developing plugins/blocks; implementing theme changes, and will
conduct maintenance bug tracking and fixing. This is an ongoing project,
requiring commitment, attention to detail and on-time delivery.
successful candidate is a
qualified application developer, holding either an undergraduate diploma in an
information technology-related field or equivalent professional experience. He/she
has at least a few years of experience in object-oriented programming with PHP
or a comparable object-oriented language; in web development (HTML, JS, CSS,
Bootstrap). Demonstrated experience in implementing and modifying Moodle Themes
is required. The position requires experience in programming for Moodle and a
readiness to collaborate within the international Moodle community, as well as
very good command of English. Experience with implementing xAPI within Moodle
is considered an asset.
The initial contract will be a
2 month trial period with possibility of extension for up to 2 years (50-80%
workload). The candidate will work remotely from a location of their choosing.
We offer a competitive
salary, a great teamwork experience, and flexibility of hours.
We look forward to
receiving your online application including a CV and links to your portfolio in Moodle LMS development. Send it directly to: smetradeacademy(AT)gmail.com
Note that we will only
respond to shortlisted candidates.
Entry added by Christophe M.
- Wednesday, 11 July 2018, 12:08 AM
Last updated - Wednesday, 11 July 2018, 12:10 AM