Back End PHP Developer

Rotterdam, South Holland
€45000 - €60000 per annum

Back End PHP Developer

Rotterdam

50,000 - 60,000

Growing ecommerce platform with great reputation seeks highly experienced & highly technical PHP developer in Rotterdam office.

WHAT THEY DO

They are leading a niche industry, providing thousands of products on their site to over 450,000 customers around the world. Their Rotterdam office is under 100 people, it's super diverse with over 25 nationalities & they are growing over the next year across Development.


WHAT YOU'LL BE DOING

In this position, you will be programming some of the most challenging parts of the online platform, to ensure it can be the best & biggest platform on the market.

You will work alongside other senior developers, delivering high quality code at a fast pace & within a dynamic environment. This role requires someone who is a team player, that can collaborate with all types of developers/analysts/engineers & designers. If you are more of a lone ranger, the set up here won't be interesting to you! It also won't work for you if you are looking to contract or stay for a short period, we are growing quickly & we need more development capacity for long term.

You'll be working with event-driven architecture with micro-services and event-sourcing: PHP 7.2, Linus, Apache Kaka, Symphony components, PostgreSQL, Neo4j, Redis, Docker, GIT, Postman. The team work in a SCRUM way, with daily stand ups at 10am, one week sprints, a code review system & mob programming.

A couple of projects we are working on at the moment are:

  • Developing an automated Pricing Tool to calculate the optimal pricing
  • Product database optimisation for clothing products & square meter products
  • Developing API connections

YOUR SKILLS & EXPERIENCE

  • We are looking for a team player, comfortable in their own ability but also keen to collaborate
  • You have years of experience with PHP & feel comfortable with the above technologies
  • You'll be confident with event-driven architecture with microservices & event-sourcing
  • We are looking for someone long term, so someone naturally inclined to think big picture, have input on our long terms strategy
  • You will ideally have plans to eventually manage a team & at least mentor and act as an example in the team


THE BENEFITS

  • Competitive salary
  • Great company culture, international & diverse teams
  • Opportunities to grow into leadership
  • Great location - 5 minutes from Rotterdam Central Station
  • Compensation for travel
  • Breakfast, lunch & dinner - when in office
  • Laptop of your choice

KEY TERMS

PHP, PHP 7.2, Linus, Apache Kaka, Symphony components, PostgreSQL, Neo4j, Redis, Docker, GIT, Postman, Java, C++, Back End, Developers

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