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PHP developer £45,000 - £60,000 Gaming Sector
 
Title: PHP developer £45,000 - £60,000 Gaming Sector
Category: IT/Software Development
Job type: Permanent
Job status: Full Time
Salary: £30,000.00 - £50,000.00
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Description:
PHP Developer

We are looking for a driven, hardworking developer to work for a young , fun & dynamic fast growing gaming company.You will not be designing games but you will be designing the platform of which games are played.

You will have the freedom to take an idea from conception and create a staging environment, gather feedback and tweak all the way through to the final product that goes live.

Active contribution to 'ideas generation' will be valued, with a view to enhancing and developing their best in class online gaming solutions.

Key Skills

* PHP- LAMP

* MYSQL

* HTML & CSS

* JAVASCRIPT

* GOOD COMMUNICATION SKILLS

Benefits

£45,000 - £60,000 DOE +

* SALARY REVIEW

* PENSION

* HOLIDAY PACKAGE

* MONTHLY TRIPS TO OTHER OFFICES

* REGULAR OUTINGS ETC

Location - Hertfordshire - Great transport links to London

Please apply today as we are actively reviewing applications

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