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Join our development team!

Looking for a new challenge? Want to be part of a thriving digital media agency? We might just have the job for you.

Due to expansion, we’re on the lookout for three new junior and mid-level PHP developers to work in our MediaCityUK office.

You would join a highly skilled team of developers, working with PHP, Linux, Apache and MySQL as well as a range of other open source technologies across all web platforms.

Applicants must be able to work as part of a team as well as individually, be highly self-motivated, and should expect to receive immediate responsibility on live projects for real clients.

Requirements include:

•    Experience with Kohana, Magento or WordPress frameworks

•    Exposure to mobile application development

•    Experience of Linux administration

•    Availability for an immediate start

Compensation: Competitive. Dependent on experience and Company Profit Share programme

When submitting your CV, please state your salary expectations. Click here to submit your CV.

Interviews will be held immediately on receipt of suitable applications. The interview process will include exercises designed to test standards of knowledge within the respective areas.

With offices in Manchester, London, Amsterdam and Athens, Fast Web Media is an award-winning digital agency specialising in search marketing and tech development.

With over 15 years of experience under our belt, we have a rich heritage of working with some of the leading rights holders and consumer brands in Britain and Europe.

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