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Assembleron Ltd Seeks PHP 5/MySQL/Ajax Developers (Reading, UK)
June 08, 2007 @ 13:10:34

Company Assembleron Ltd
Location Reading, UK
Title PHP 5 / MySQL / Ajax Developers
Summary

Want to work with the latest technologies? PHP developers required for an exciting new development company based on Reading University campus.

The ideal candidate should be capable of thinking the big picture when it comes to development, and able to code creatively. You are currently either a strong middleweight developer who wants to extend your skill set, or you are a senior developer in a small team who has loads of great ideas that you want to unleash.

Location:

  • Reading University Enterprise Hub (UK)

Responsibilities:

  • Work closely with the Development Director.
  • Work within the coding requirements & guidelines.
  • Participation in refining & maintaining documentation.
  • Keep up to date on product and industry knowledge.
  • Accurately estimating development time.

Technical Requirements:

  • PHP 5
  • MySQL
  • HTML/CSS

Optional Skills:

  • Ajax
  • JavaScript
  • DHTML
  • Knowledge of PHP frameworks (CakePHP, Zend Framework)

Compensation Package:

  • Salary 25,000-30,000 based upon experience.
  • Expanding company with room for significant growth.

Please submit resume, salary requirements, and coding samples to recruitment@assembleron.com

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