Rejuvenate was established in 2003 by its three Directors and we’ve built a reputation for consistently delivering top-class work across multiple digital channels for some great clients in a huge variety of sectors.
We have a tremendous team at Rejuvenate, 18 strong with a variety of experience, skills, personalities and we are looking to grow the team even further. We have a relaxed but professional culture where we can thrive and be proud of the work achieved.
We are set for another exceptional year. We've just moved to our new office at The Waterscape which has character and waterside views, a great creative working environment with plenty of room to expand. We have existing clients that always need new features and we have new clients and projects flying in, could you help?
You will be working with the existing backend team and linking with the Project Managers and frontend on a variety of projects.
Extensive knowledge of PHP/MySQL
Ability to write clean reusable and well constructed OOP code
Knowledge of Version control (GIT)
Experience with CMS/CRM and E-commerce systems
Time management and organisational skills
Good communication skills and ability to work within a team
Proven experience in the development of websites
Knowledge of PHP frameworks (e.g. Laravel, Symfony, etc.)
Experience of integrating with a variety of third party systems
Ability to construct an API using REST/OAuth
Knowledge of backend dependency management, e.g. composer
Forward thinking approach to use latest PHP7 features
Knowledge of automated testing
Mindset to create fast, scalable and reusable code.
Competitive salary based on experience and ability
Flexible working hours
Company Pension Scheme
Continuous learning (including our very own RejuveSchool!)
Choice of Mac or PC
A great working environment
'First Friday' monthly socials
Regular trips to the local Pub!
Summer and Christmas Party!
Interested in this role and working at Rejuvenate? Get in touch to see if we can help each other, send your CV to:
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