Front-End PHP, Go Engineers

Job Title: Front-End PHP, Go Engineers
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Surrey, England
Salary: £35000 - £45000 per annum + Benefits
Start Date: ASAP
Reference: 71628-ITENG-NII_1528122389
Contact Name: Nick Fini
Contact Email:
Job Published: June 04, 2018 15:26

Job Description

Front-End PHP Go Engineers - OOP/MVC PHP and ES6 JavaScript
£35,000 - £45,000 depending on experience

Tech skills - OOP/MVC PHP, Go, ES6, JavaScript, JavaScript; Symfony; Ember; MySQL; MongoDB; SASS; Agile, Mobile First Design.

Your new company

We are a Cloud based call tracking service with integrated visitor tracking capabilities. We can track calls from your website and know exactly which marketing activity brought those visitors to your site. Since our launch in 2010, we've established ourselves as a market leader with an innovative and exciting product attracting a number of well-known brands. We use a range of technologies and approaches to get the job done, each chosen as the best fit for the specific task, based around a service-oriented architecture. Including (but not limited to) PHP; Go; JavaScript; Symfony; Ember; MySQL; MongoDB; SASS; Agile and Mobile First Design.
Your new role
The frontend team writes and maintains the browser based applications and software using a combination of Symfony, for API's and standard sites, and Ember for applications that have a lot of interactivity and state. We deal with building management and reporting interfaces to display the millions of events that our systems process each day.

You'll maintain our interfaces from reporting, real-time dashboards and call handling, work on the core JavaScript tracking library in use for millions of events every day, and also work on a variety of internal tools to assist our various other departments.

You'll do all this while maintaining high standards, adhering to our team's conventions and constantly improving code, even if it wasn't yours to start with.

We work in a dev-ops environment, so you'll need to maintain your own development server and take responsibility when publishing code to staging or production servers. You'll ensure code is sufficiently documented and tested, taking pride in your work and catching bugs early on.

As well as coding, you'll take part in project planning and scoping, helping the product team to understand requirements and form functional and technical specs. We're agile (with a small 'a') and you'll need a proactive attitude to problem solving.

There are opportunities to take ownership of projects, research and adopt new technologies and propose new developments and you'll add credible insight to development discussions.

You might also provide technical support to our fantastic operations and client facing teams, fixing bugs, giving advice and communicating technical concepts to non-technical staff. That includes maintaining our internal and user documentation.
We are looking to recruit Software Engineers to join our frontend team, and help us to continue building the next generation of call tracking and analytics applications. Our ideal candidate would have a web application development background in the marketing technology industry with some understanding of analytics software and online marketing will certainly help.

You will have ideally 2 years of OOP/MVC PHP, Go and ES6 JavaScript experience under your belt and be confident with the Linux command-line. You'll be passionate about well-structured code, good design and clean, well thought out interfaces. You'll have experience building single page applications in modern browsers, and everything that entails. You'll have a strong grasp of PHP and be proficient in writing JavaScript including, but not limited to, ES6 syntax. Experience with Ember.js would be advantageous, but not essential. You will need to have an understanding of how to structure HTML and CSS in modern browsers.
We need engineers that are able to dive in, and answer questions that have not been asked before, we work in a sector that provides an exciting opportunity to solve truly unique problems. You'll need to be excellent at communicating your findings in new areas, and on new technologies.