Testing (nice to have)
Relational Databases (regular)
Web Applications (regular)
Join our remote team and get involved in the project for our UK based client, a leading global e commerce company, with whom we have been working since 2014.
About the project : development of a modern control panel application for hosting and cloud service customers, with e-commerce features such as payment processing, and integration mechanisms for external applications.
About us : We're a software development company based in Poland a technological partner for THG, Medicover Senior, TVN Foundation, Multikino, Kujawski, and many more.
250+ projects completed for clients from Poland, the UK, and the US
Very good knowledge of PHP
Experience with one of the popular PHP web frameworks (preferably Laravel or Symfony )
Good knowledge of the concepts of web applications and web services
Good knowledge of relational databases and SQL
Basic knowledge of HTML / CSS
Experience with Git (plus GitHub / GitLab)
Good English in speaking and writing (at least B2 level)
Strong communication and self-organization skills
Experience with testing (unit tests, end-to-end tests)
Salary : PLN 15 000 19 000 + VAT (B2B) or an equivalent for a different form of employment / contract. Depending on skill level and experience.
Remote work and flexible working hours except for occasional (and non-mandatory) team meetups.
Desk space in the office. Would you rather work in an office? No problem, come to our office in Warsaw (Bemowo district).
Positive work culture. Despite the fact that we work almost 100% remotely, we constantly stay in touch with one another.
We help each other using chat, share our knowledge, and conduct code reviews. We limit the number of procedures and e-mails sent to the necessary minimum.
Advancement opportunities. In the field of backend and frontend development, project management, Agile (Scrum, Kanban) methods, and automation.
B2B contract, contract of employment, or another form of employment.
Seems like a good match? Send your CV.
Code samples or links to public repositories would be most welcome.