Overview

A new online events platform is seeking an experienced web developer to join a small London-based team. Our mission is to grow and develop a web-based family events platform and ticketing service.

Required Experience:

  • 5+ years’ experience in web development in particular PHP and JavaScript
  • Comfortable with custom-coding a variety of web applications
  • Knowledge and experience of all stages of web development from ideation to deployment
  • Good communication skills
  • Fluent level of English language is necessary

Good Use Of:

  • Backend: PHP, MySQL, MVC, JavaScript
  • Frontend: Vue or React, JavaScript, HTML, CSS, JQuery
  • Database: MySQL
  • Other: GIT
  • Optional: experience with Docker, GCP, AWS, Python, React Native, Scrum (or other agile methodologies), TDD/BDD would be a bonus

Key Responsibilities:

  • Ensuring the smooth running of the events platform
  • Optimizing for fast page-loading speeds and no service interruptions
  • Planning and architecting the development of a number of new features
  • Delivering projects to agreed deadlines
  • Delivering projects in good quality and after thorough testing
  • Problem-solving any issues with the site, including diagnosing and correcting any bugs
  • Able to work either alone or in a small team
  • Able to communicate effectively with the other team members, both those with and without technical knowledge

You would be working in a small team of web developers and a designer. The right candidate should be based in/around London, UK and able to commute to North London for office-based work two days a week.

About Our Company

We develop projects for two digital platforms geared towards parents. One is a custom-built events platform for finding local events, and the other is an online parenting community and editorial website with over a million annual visitors.

Tagged as: CSS, full-stack, HTML, javascript, jQuery, MVC, MySQL, PHP

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