We are looking for a PHP Web Developer – UPDATE: position filled

Jun 24, 2013


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Update (5th June)

Congratulations to Sam Morgan, a developer from Leamington Spa, who will start in two weeks time.

What we want

Ghost Design Consults Ltd, a graphic design studio based in Leamington Spa, are looking for a full stack PHP web developer for maintenance of existing, and development of new, projects for our clients.

The ideal candidate will have working experience of:

  • Backend technologies including PHP5 and MySQL.
  • Installing, configuring, customising and ability to teach a range of CMS platforms such as:
    • WordPress.
    • LemonStand.
    • SilverStripe.
    • PerchCMS.
  • Frontend technologies including HTML5, CSS3, Compass/Sass/Less and jQuery.
  • Taking a PSD design and building it using frontend technologies.
  • Source code management using Git with GitHub and BitBucket.
  • Using project management tools like Basecamp.
  • Linux server experience (optional).

What we’re offering

In return Ghost Design can offer:

  • Office based in the centre of Leamington Spa.
  • A fun and relaxed working environment.
  • Responsibility to manage your projects in the way you see best.
  • Competitive salary.
  • 4 weeks holiday.

How to apply

Please send your CV and portfolio of projects worked on to terry@ghostds.com.

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