PHP Web Developer - Belfast
Rory McIlroy isn’t the first thing you would expect to read on a job description.
In 2013, Rory McIlroy established a Foundation with an ambition to help vulnerable and underprivileged children to have better lives.
This Belfast-based digital agency partnered with the Foundation to establish a brand that matched Rory’s plan for the next 5 years. Creating a new brand, image and story for Rory Foundation were important to allow fundraising to happen on a continual basis via corporate donations and contacts from Rory.
If you were to join this company, this is the level of client you can expect to work with.
You’ll be joining an all-Ireland agency that has been one of the leaders in its field for over 16 years. They work with companies of all sizes across a range of sectors and provide a full range of brand, print, design and digital services.
Over the past 16 years, they have refined the branding process. They know the importance of understanding their clients and the issues they have through workshops, focus groups and briefs. They then take a great deal of time defining the customer base as putting the customer at the centre of the marketing strategy guides the brand development.
They have offices in Belfast, Dublin and London, they would employ over 50 people with a range of specialisms including web developers, brand designers, digital designers and content marketers.
You’ll be joining a PHP web team whose aim is to turn customer feature requirements into reality. You will also look to improve and expand the functionality of existing systems and gain an in-depth understanding of how the applications are built. You would also be working with the Lead Developer on new greenfield projects that are scheduled.
You will need a strong portfolio that showcases your background in web development and translating designs into fully responsive web solutions.
If all this sounds good please give me a call/txt/WhatsApp on 077 8988 6539. I don’t even need a CV at this point, just an updated portfolio would suffice.