PHP Programmer

Position: Sr. Level Developer (PHP, JavaScript)
About this opportunity
If you are a seasoned developer with 3-5 years experience with PHP, MySQL and JavaScript, please read on!
Top reasons to work with us
1. Hurdman, Inc. is a well established full service development/SaaS company that has been in business for almost 25 years.
2. We foster a positive and friendly corporate culture with a high degree of ethics and values. One void of office politics and micromanagement.
3. We offer a great salary based on your level of experience and knowledge, company paid medical benefits, and a generous PTO package that starts accruing your first day of employment!
Some of the things you will be doing
Design, architect, create and modify customized applications based on business and client needs.
Coordinate effective testing to ensure technical specifications and approved customer requirements are met.
Clearly communicate all issues/items which could affect project outcome, final performance level or customer satisfaction.
Regularly report progress to internal/external stakeholders at different levels.
Act as the go-to person for project status.
What you will need for this job
Solid programming/development experience using PHP, MySQL and JavaScript.
Strong understanding of software development methodologies, best practices and design principles.
Excellent analytical and problem solving skills with a strong sense of ownership and ability to deliver results.
Must have a positive attitude and work well with others (Yes Only user-friendly people should apply)
Ability to mentor and oversee a small team.
Bachelor degree (or comparable real-life experience) in a related technical or business field.
Contact: Troy Teeples
Email: resumes@hurdman.com
Please send an email to resumes@hurdman.com with a resume attached and âSr. Level Developer from KSLâ in the subject line. In the body of the email please explain how you meet the requirements of the job and why you would be an ideal fit for this position.
We do not accept phone calls from recruiters

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