Full-Stack Developer

  • Auckland

Are you looking to work with an award winning boutique digital agency? Our client is a Ponsonby based agency who are on the lookout for a talented full-stack developer, to join their forward-thinking digital team.

The agency has a great internal culture, you’ll be with a fantastic group of people who work hard and have fun at the same time.
As the ideal candidate, you will be a passionate and hardworking developer, able to work with minimum supervision and deliver a high standard of code within a deadline-focused environment. Your attention to detail, and interest in digital technology will be evident in your day to day work.

Required Skills:
• Minimum 2 years PHP development experience
• Knowledge of PHP frameworks - Yii, Symphony, CakePHP
• Experience with MySQL
• Experience setting up and managing various server environments in either AWS or other cloud service platforms.
• Experience working with custom/legacy CMS.
• HTML5/CSS3
• JavaScript / Node.js
• Git

Bonus point for:
• App or game development experience
• Knowledge of C# programming language
• Event-driven development
• Facebook and other API integration experience
• Unity3D experience
• Experience or desire to learn other technologies
• Ability to create user-friendly interfaces for clients to manage their sites with ease
• Appreciation of graphic design and typography

If you are looking for a challenging role that will offer variety and where you can work with the latest technology, send your CV and work to Tania Kumar at The Creative Store, email Tania@thecreativestore.co.nz or call The Creative Store on (09) 365 1077 for more details.

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