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Job offered: Moodle Developer x 2

Type: Full-time
Location: Milton Keynes, UK

We are looking for software developers to join our team that develops and supports the in-house, open source and commercial systems that thousands of Open University students use every day to study everything from astrophysics to nursing to fine art. The Open University has always used the latest technologies to give our distance students the best possible learning experiences wherever they happen to be studying, and that is never more true than today. Thus we constantly balance good engineering (security, robustness and performance) with the ability to innovate (working in an agile team, user experience, collaborating with non-technical product owners, DevOps and awareness of pedagogy).

 A range of technical and general software engineering skills are desirable, but key is developing PHP applications with PostgresSQL (LAMP) and for the Moodle open source learning management system. Naturally this also requires knowledge of web development (HTML, XML, CSS, JavaScript), frameworks (jQuery, Angular, etc.) and service-oriented architecture. Experience of developing, deploying and operationally managing applications in the cloud, especially Microsoft Azure, would be beneficial, as would previous experience with educational technologies.

IT is a great department to work in with the opportunity to get involved in shaping the future of the University’s systems, whilst developing and enhancing your skills, enabling you to move towards your career aspirations. Perks of working at the Open University include; A good holiday package, a pension scheme, training, and an environment that fosters life-long learning to ensure all staff achieve their personal and professional potential and feel satisfied at the end of each day.

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Entry added by Tim Hunt - Wednesday, February 27, 2019, 12:25 AM
Last updated - Wednesday, February 27, 2019, 12:25 AM