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PHP Developers Mid-Senior up to £70k - London

£40000 - £70000/annum
City of London
13/03/2019 (17:30)
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This FinTech start-up company are disrupting the industry by making it easier than it's ever been before to save. Using algorithms, they can calculate an amount that is affordable to put away on a weekly basis. So, whether you’re saving for a holiday or want to pay off your overdraft, this app is super easy and even has the odd random GIF. Based in one of the coolest areas in London they're looking for PHP Devs to join their already established and fast-growing engineering team.

You’ll be a part of a team that is working toward making the app at the top of its game. The developers working here already have some fantastic ideas, so they want more PHPers on board to add different opinions and to make changes when needed.

They offer an outstanding benefit package including unlimited holidays, share options, free Class Pass account, monthly team lunches and the opportunity to work on a product which is benefiting hundreds of customers which you will have a huge responsibility and say over 🙌

Tech - PHP, Phalcon, MongoDB, AWS

You don’t need to have Phalcon experience so if you have used Laravel or Symfony you will get on with it with no issues.

Salary - up to £70k (depending on experience)

If this sounds like an interesting position, please apply or for more information contact –

**Please note you must have the rights to work in the UK**
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