Lead PHP Developer


£300 - £350 a day

Urgent Contract Role | Lead PHP Developer | Nottingham | 3 Month Contract

Computer People are excited to be working with an up and coming technology firm based in Central Nottingham on their search for a PHP / MySQL Developer to join their growing IT outfit. They are currently expanding their client base and are in need for a Lead PHP Developer to join them and take ownership for their Software Development effort on an interim basis.

The Role
I need someone to come in who can help to shape the team, develop the organisation's tech stack and ultimately drive the team and their software development activity forward! There has been a sheer increase in projects, so its a really exciting time to join and there's certainly enough work to keep you busy for 3 months if not more. You will be responsible for all programming needs for a range of exciting websites - some of which will need completely re-writing! You'll have an extensive background in PHP Development with exposure to multiple frameworks - ideally Laravel or Symfony.

This is a great chance to really take ownership of some challenging projects, develop the tech stack and ultimately grow a team around you!

This role is based in Central Nottingham meaning that it is easily commutable via tram, bus or car from all over Nottinghamshire, parts of Leicestershire and Derbyshire & also via train from Birmingham New Street, Leicester, Derby, Grantham, Sheffield, Chesterfield etc.

Unfortunately this client cannot allow home working but they can be flexible on start & finish times.

This is initially a 3 month contract that is likely to extend due to the scope of the project.

This is an urgent position therefore interview slots are arranged with the client for next week. This is a great environment for a confident and experienced PHP Developer to get their teeth stuck into, so if it sounds like your kind of challenge, please do not delay - apply now for immediate consideration.

Computer People are an equal opportunities employer.

Posted by Computer People, 11 Jul