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Senior PHP Developer / PHP Engineer - Backend Developer

Job Title: Senior PHP Developer / PHP Engineer - Backend Developer
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Berlin, Germany
Salary: €65 - €85 per hour
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6-9 months
REF: MW/PHP/BACKEND_1505405105
Contact Name: Mathew Williams
Contact Email:
Job Published: about 1 month ago

Job Description

Senior PHP Developer / PHP Engineer - Backend Developer

Berlin - €65-€85 per hour

Contract - 6-9 months

Start Date - Immediate

Major online business who have experienced exponential growth since 2013 in Berlin are looking for an experienced PHP Developer to join cross functional team of multi-skilled developers in Berlin.

The successful PHP Developer will have excellent experience with PHP (obviously!) as well as strong knowledge of OOP, design patterns, clean code and testing. Familiarity with modern dev processes such as CI us highly desirable as well as any knowledge with Linux, RDBMS and NOSQL databases.

The client offer an open working environment, flexibility around working arrangements (majority of work is office based though with some remote).

This is a fantastic opportunity for an enthusiastic Software Developer / Software Engineer looking for a company utilising cutting edge technologies on a leading product, whilst working within a highly Agile environment.

PHP Developer/ PHP Engineer - Key Skills & Experience:

  • Backend development experience in PHP
  • Agile, Scrum / KanBan
  • OOP, Design patterns, clean code
  • Linux
  • MySQL

If you consider yourself to be a strong PHP Developer and are interested, then please apply for this role and I will be in touch with further details.

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