Web Developer

Fishgate, based in the Northern Suburbs of Cape Town, is looking for a mid-level web developer who has experience building real products for the web and can present examples of their work.

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Location
Cape Town
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Own transport required
Yes
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Travel requirement
Occasional
Type
Permanent

Qualifications:

  • Undergraduate degree/diploma
  • 2-4 years experience in web development

 

Required technology proficiencies:

  • Ability to program confidently in PHP
  • Basic understanding of front-end technologies and platforms, such as HTML5, CSS3 and JavaScript
  • Good understanding of MySQL databases
  • Management of hosting environment, including database administration and backups
  • Mobile-friendly and responsive development and testing
  • Knowledge of front-end libraries e.g. Bootstrap, jQuery
  • WordPress and working with it at a PHP code level
  • WordPress CMS and the practice and standards of building websites with it
  • WordPress plugin development and plugin architecture
  • Creation of custom post types/taxonomies/custom fields
  • Creation of plugins/widgets using clean, logical, well-documented and re-usable code
  • Theme/Template integration and modifying existing themes/templates

 

Advantageous:

  • MVC/OOP PHP frameworks (e.g. Laravel, Symfony)
  • JavaScript frameworks (e.g. Vue.js)
  • Experience with code versioning tools, such as Git
  • Experience developing e-commerce-based websites and integrating them with local and international payment gateways
  • An understanding of SEO fundamentals and best practices
  • An understanding of social media (Facebook mainly) for development/management/integration with websites
  • Knowledge of Linux
  • Experience working within Agile development environments
  • Agency experience

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Quintes Venter • jobs@fishgate.co.za021 914 5678

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