IT & Internet
£25,000 to £38,000 Per Annum
Web Applications Developer – Hove
Salary – £25k - £38k dependent on candidate experience
Founded in 2000, the client pioneered live streaming for the public sector. Their customers found it difficult dealing with multiple suppliers for streaming and AV. That’s why they evolved.
They can now provide all the hardware and software clients need to give the best meeting experience. From microphone replacements to AV installations – they can help. Council Chambers, boardrooms or on the move – they have a solution for every scenario.
The client continue to develop our webcasting services to make meetings easier.
This position of Web Applications Developer is within the Development Team and reports to the Head of Product Development and Infrastructure. The postholder will take pride in the quality of their coding, documentation and unit testing and will be an advocate for compliance with web standards and accessibility guidelines.
Additionally, the postholder will, when required, assist the service desk and on-site delivery teams. This provides valued insight into the end user experience and environment and assists the company with ensuring excellent service delivery to clients.
Key tasks include:
Taking on tasks around maintaining our codebase and developing new features.
Being a proactive member of our scrum team, taking part in planning sessions, daily stand-ups and bi-weekly presentations to the wider company
Working closely with our UX designers to produce great experiences, across platforms.
Assist service desk with 2nd line support
Liaise with clients as and when required
The role requires a range of skills, some of which are set out below:
Traditional web development: PHP / MySQL / HTML / CSS
The client would prefer candidates with 1-2+ years of experience
Desired, but not essential:
CodeIgniter PHP framework
Testing tools (PHPUnit / Selenium)
Composer / npm / Git
The post holder should have a working knowledge of best practice usability and Agile scrum/sprint and be able to document code and provide system documentation.
As in many small companies the work environment is dynamic and the ability to help as required is expected of all staff.
The company will assist in the event that training is required to ensure delivery of the role is enabled.
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