Sydney Australia - Junior/midweight PHP dev wanted

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Sydney Australia - Junior/midweight PHP dev wanted

Postby Thinkun » Tue Mar 13, 2012 3:57 pm

Here at Thinkun we work with a diverse range of clients building awesome websites and web apps. We’re growing and currently looking to add a junior/midweight PHP/MySQL/JavaScript developer to our team. The position will be part time to start with and may grow to full time in the future. Days of week and working hours are flexible.

You’ll work on web and mobile projects across most of our clients, which come from diverse industries including sports, education, finance, publishing, consumer electronics, childcare and more.

We want someone who’s passionate about writing efficient and elegant code. You should shave a strong knowledge of MySQL and optimising queries for performance improvement. You will primarily code in PHP5 and sometimes use frameworks such as CodeIgniter. Javascript is increasingly important for web projects and we use jQuery a fair bit in our front-end design. You will also need a good working knowledge of HTML5 and CSS3. Experience with WordPress theme implementation and plugin development is desirable.

We value learning. You will gain skills by being regularly challenged by new tasks that you may not have experience of, but will be expected to research about and add to both your knowledge and the company’s collective knowledge.

Our office is in the Flourmill Studios, a heritage conversion of an old flour mill in groovy Newtown. The Flourmill is home to a broad range of creative businesses and is close to Newtown station, as well as being cycle to work friendly.

To apply, please fill out the form at:
http://www.thinkun.net/blog/are-you-a-php-developer-we-want-you/

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