||Up to £35000.00 per annum
||17 days ago
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An opportunity for a PHP Developer to join a Software house specialising in software for the financial / Insurance industry.
You MUST have Good PHP experience - preferably with some Visual Basic and perhaps some NoSQL databases. You will get the opportunity to learn the oldest of the NoSQL databases (MultiValue).
The role will include:
- Design and program and implement D3 applications
- Assist with second line support.
- Liaise with other programmers during projects
- Adopt a complete understanding of the large comprehensive system.
You must have:
- PHP Development
- Visual Basic
- Excellent communication skills
- Organisational and problem solving skills
- Any experience of large financial systems useful (g. banking or insurance)
There is potential for growth within the company for the right person to move in to a management or leadership role.
Ref: JO00000000720_1522754021 Published: 17 days ago
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