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PHP Software Engineer Full Time

25th August

Gecko Labs are changing the way companies capture data from their clients, taking away their paper processes and replacing them with digital solutions. Gecko are already working with many of the UK's top Universities, and are now set to grow into additional verticals, as well as new geographic locations.

You'll be working within this expanding business, to enhance existing products we have built, as well as building new products using the very latest technology. It's essential that you have a personable, positive attitude, and a willingness to expand your technical knowledge.

You'll report directly to the Head of Development, and become part of a development team tasked with delivering high quality, reliable software to our clients.

Key responsibilities

  • Architect, and build reliable software that delivers changing businesses needs
  • Actively develop our API to enhance the core of our platform
  • Write code that is tested, and be meticulous about standards (PSR)
  • Actively seek out, and try new technology that could further the platform
  • Contribute to the front-end development (AngularJS)

Who we're looking for

  • Minimum of 2 years experience with PHP development, ideally using Laravel
  • Proven experience building reliable, tested REST APIs
  • Strong JavaScript knowledge, ideally using AngularJS
  • Experience with technologies such as Gulp, PHPUnit, HTML, CSS, Git
  • Experience with Amazon Web Services (Opsworks, RDS, EC2, ELB)
  • Experience with Advanced JS techniques (advantageous, but not essential)

What we offer

  • An excellent salary of £25k to £35k (dependant on experience)
  • Working hours of 9am to 5pm Monday to Friday
  • 28 days of paid leave

How to apply

The online application can be found on the company website. Apply online.

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5 Shandwick Place

0131 541 2296

Contact: Malcolm Christie - info@geckolabs.co.uk

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