Freelance Backend WordPress Developer

Greater London Contract / 10 weeks Up to £350 per day

Fancy working for an awesome digital start up of 3 people? Yes I thought so. This digital agency produces awesome work for white labels with other agencies for bigger brands.

Brief:

~ When they deploy websites its generally in WordPress as they have a specific way of working

~ They just won a customer portal project for a new client where they are looking at the customer portal, WordPress website with a print end login so customers can login and see what role they have within the CMS and looking at the various pieces of functionality within that

~ They are looking for a freelance WordPress Developer that is more Back End working in PHP that is bespoke heavy so not about making it look beautiful but more functional instead

~ Someone to ideally to come and help asap for for 10-12 weeks

~ If you can work in Hubspot API and GIT ideally that would be amazing

~ They are looking for someone who doesn’t use reliance on plugins but to deploy to enterprise standards

~ The client is NDA but is in the public sector security

~ Fully remote

~ If you have worked in advertising agencies this will put you in great running’s

Free and keen? Then I would love to hear from you

Job Information

Job Reference: JO-2105-200396
Salary: Up to £350 per day
Salary per: day
Job Duration: 10 weeks
Job Start Date: ASAP
Job Industries: Data Jobs
Job Locations: Greater London
Job Types: Contract

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