TME is a leading eCommerce solutions provider for the UK market. Since 2005, we have developed the Netfox Platform, our high-end, scalable, AWS hosted eCommerce platform. The Netfox Platform is a liberating force for ambitious retailers of any size and designed to address the challenges of being locked into expensive, inflexible, monolithic and proprietary technology.
We are now seeking a senior PHP Developer to develop our growing Premium eCommerce Team. This is a home-based role where you will work remotely to grow the Netfox Platform.
As a senior PHP Developer, you will:
Interested? To be considered as the senior PHP Developer, you will need extensive commercial experience with the following:
You will also need:
Ideal candidates will have Docker knowledge, AWS experience, and/or Server administration experience, including Apache and Linux via the command line. However, this is by no means essential.
We're eager to hear from those who have previously held the role of Senior PHP Developer, Senior Developer, Development Senior , Development Team Senior , Development Manager, Senior PHP Developer, or Senior LAMP Developer.
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