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PHP Developer

Location: Bristol

Salary: £43,000-£49,000

Contract Type: Permanent

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PHP Developer – Central Bristol – up to £48,000

Are you an experienced PHP developer looking to find a new opportunity at a successful, stable and engaging company?

Do you want to work for a business that supports our NHS by enabling them to improve their training and development capacity?

I am partnering with a great business in central Bristol who are looking for talented PHP Developers to support a business-critical e-learning platform. You will be an essential part of the team delivering this product to their clients with a requirement to write good code, work well with the existing team and provide innovation to the team.

You will be a PHP developer with at least 2 years commercial experience of development within the PHP stack; ideally building software solutions within a development team. Furthermore, you will ideally have worked with e-learning platforms previously, in particular this role will be working with Moodle or the Totara LMS.  

The business offers a fantastic working environment, they are a not-for-profit specialising in e-learning and workforce management solutions and are growing from strength to strength. You will work in a truly collaborative and social environment that steps away from typical corporate PHP roles. As a not-for-profit they work to a surplus – all the profit is reinvested into improving the business which shows that you will be working for an organisation that values good work over cutting the bottom line.

The package on offer is paying between £43,000 - £48,000 along with pension, 25 days holiday plus bank holiday (rises by one in yearly increments to a max of 28) along with flexible start times and a Perkbox subscription. If this is an opportunity that interests you please apply ASAP or reach out to Sam Doney at Revoco for more information.



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