Senior Drupal DeveloperBACK
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Job Title: Senior Drupal Developer Salary: Up to 60k + Excellent Benefits Location: Central London
IntaPeople are looking to recruit an experienced Drupal Developer to work with the best technologies in a refreshing and modernised company; we are looking for candidates who are creative, dynamic, have ideas and want to influence the way this market leader operates.
Your in-depth technical knowledge of Drupal will prove invaluable; this company is forward-thinking and will allow you the freedom to develop how you want to develop.
Previous experience of development on search aspects of websites would be a distinct advantage to your application, as would experience with Acquia or Solr.
Fantastic database experience is also necessary for this role; you will have the ability to write SQL Queries and have a working knowledge of MySQL.
This is a role which will offer you long-term growth; we are looking for candidates where salary is not the driver, someone who is willing to give their ‘heart and soul’ and reap the rewards for doing so.
This company values all employees highly and is widely considered to be the best in the business. If you aspire to work for a professional organisation that gives you the opportunity to push your ideas and make a sizable influence, then this is the role for you.
If you feel this is a prospect not to be missed and you possess the relevant skills then please forward a recent copy of your CV/Resume to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 02920 252500 to speak to Richard John our specialist consultant.
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