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PHP Developer

  • Location: Wimbledon
  • Salary: £75000 - £85000 per annum per year

Posted 30 days ago

  • Sector: Tech & Software Development
  • Contact: Ben Greensmith
  • Contact Email:
  • Expiry Date: 19 April 2024
  • Job Ref: BG/SENPHP_1710951491

PHP Developer

London (Hybrid 3/2)


This scaling SaaS company is looking to add a senior level Full Stack PHP Developer to an established and growing team. They need a through and through PHP developer, that brings React, TypeScript and extensive knowledge of PHP to the table. You'll work alongside the CTO and Head of Development to really push their product and tech forward.

You'll be working on a mix of greenfield and brownfield projects and helping to shape the product architecture. They're an established start-up on the verge of scaling with a successful series of products and they're looking to grow rapidly as the year progresses and expand on a small but effective team.

This role would suit someone who has spent years working with PHP, Laravel and Symfony and can turn their hand to TypeScript and React too. You might be a senior looking to really own a project or a lead with real PHP expertise, either way this role would fit you. Any experience with Node on top of this which would only be an advantage but isn't a requirement.

There is a real culture of using the right tools for the job and being very tech focussed. You'll get the opportunity to dabble in Go, Node and anything that you think will benefit the product.

Skills required/ tech you'll be using:

  • Extensive PHP experience
  • Experience with both Laravel and Symfony
  • Any full stack capability with React and TypeScript
  • Experience of Node would be very beneficial
  • Cloud experience, AWS
  • A desire to use the right tool for the job

If you have a desire to play a big role in a growing dev team that's going from strength to strength and want to work alongside an experienced CTO and Head of dev to really transform a product, then don't hesitate to apply or reach out to Ben Greensmith for more information.