PHP Developer Job in Kerry

Posted by John Prendergast

Aonach are seeking a PHP developer to join their small but vibrant team.

We have a diverse portfolio of clients in different industries that results in a challenging set of projects and we’re looking for a developer with an insatiable drive to problem solve through code.

We’re looking for a lead developer to join our team in Kenmare to work on online projects arising from our internet strategy consultancy. We are looking for someone friendly, flexible and curious – and of course skilled.

Aonach’s raison d’etre is to help organisations do business more successfully on the internet and the developer we seek will be someone who can share our vision of how code can breathe life into an online strategy.

To offset the challenges you’ll face while coding, the position is located in Kenmare Co. Kerry and comes with spectacular views and a satisfying pace of life. Kenmare is on the coast of Kerry (South West Ireland) and is one of the food capitals of Ireland with great cafés and restaurants.

Remuneration will be dependant on the candidates skillsets and experience, contact us if you would like to chat about salary.

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Desired Skills & Experience

• A burning interest in the internet is essential
• We’re looking for a problem solver
• We want elegant code!
• Senior-level PHP/LAMP developer with 3+ years experience
• Competent in SQL
• Excellent knowledge of Javascript and JS libraries, HTML5 and CSS3.
• Strong Unix/Linux knowledge
• Experience in CMS development required eg. WordPress, drupal etc.
• Knowledge of Magento would be an asset.
• Strong interest in UI.
• Ability to follow, complete and report on comprehensive test processes.
• Ability to work in a team environment
• 3 – 5 years web development experience. B.A. or higher in Computer Science, Multimedia or similar preferred.

The Process

Simple, easy and uncomplicated. Send us your CV info@aonach.com and we’ll get right back to you!

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