Our agency client, a top ten NZ digital lead agency, is looking for a driven, organised, dynamic and talented strong back-end, server-side developer with experience in Silverstripe, to work on complex projects for one of the largest finance corporates in NZ. This candidate needs to be hands-on, with strong experience designing and building solutions for diverse requirements across web and data.
The successful ServerSide expert will be strong with Silverstripe CMS, sharp in all things PHP but an equally great communicator. This developer will be able to take charge of the project and all the back end requirements. This is a great opportunity to join a leading and growing digital agency on a key client, that will grow your skills and add a quintessential kiwi brand to your portfolio.
At this agency, you’ll be working across a lot of large web and native mobile projects for clients in the automotive, property development, and banking industries. In this role, you'll be working in a senior capacity, supported by an existing team of developers, web designers, and mobile designers.
Minimum of 5 years
Back End / Server Side Experience
Advanced knowledge of PHP
CMS x 3: SilverStripe, Laravel, Symfony
Experience managing the full SDLC - JIRA extensively
Able to take charge of technical leadership opportunities in the delivery of a range of interesting projects
Lead technical & non-tech centred minds
Knowledge and experience of AWS
Ability to work cross-platform / browser compatibility
Personality & Culture Fit:
Passionate about new technology
Great communication skills
Commencement & Ideal start date?
Start immediately, 1-2 weeks notice is not an issue as well.
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