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Jay Guney


Full Stack PHP Developer

  • £35000.00 - £35000.00
  • Manchester, Permanent
  • Date posted: 15th April 2019

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Job Role: Full Stack PHP Developer

Salary: £30,000 – £40,000 + benefits

Location: Northern Quarter, Central Manchester

An exciting and established brand in Northern Quarter (Central Manchester) are currently searching for a Full Stack PHP Developer to join their growing and expanding business.

This is an excellent opportunity for PHP Developer to get diverse project experience working on websites, web apps and web platforms.

Job Role:

  • Leading PHP based projects – websites, web apps and web platform development
  • Leading back end development on products
  • Collaborating with wider web development team
  • Working with interesting technology such as React.JS and Node.JS


  • Strong experience in HTML5 and CSS3
  • Strong OO PHP experience
  • MySQL experience
  • Full LAMP stack
  • PHP MVC experience
  • JavaScript knowledge
  • Demonstrable work / portfolio
  • CMS experience – WordPress


  • JS / Node.JS
  • MVC experience with Laravel
  • Magento

Please contact Jay on or 07532 765 090 if you would like to learn more / apply for the position. Alternatively, please click the apply now button.

Full Stack PHP Developer | £35,000 – £40,000 | Manchester – PHP, MySQL, JavaScript, HTML5, CSS3

To find out more please contact Jay Guney

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