PHP Web Developer / Programmer

University Values Inc. is in need of a solid, progressive, and experienced web development genius that can confidently take over the complete frontend and backend development of our website as well as implement new features and ideas.
Development and maintenance will include: Working with merchant transaction services, maintaining a comprehensive backend content management system, and integrating new ideas and features to improve the functionality and user experience of the app and website.
Expert knowledge in object oriented programming with PHP 5, jQuery, JavaScript, AJAX, HTML, CSS is a must.
This position offers a competitive salary, benefits, and opportunities for growth and leadership.
University Values believes in building business systems and technology on solid foundations. The applicant must show the same beliefs and experience for doing things right the first time.
The key team player will help manage, improve, and grow the website, apps, and backend website applications for one of the country's fastest growing companies.
CSS 3.0
JavaScript, JQuery
Experience with API's for making comprehensive transactions via check and credit cards
3-5 years of PHP/HTML coding experience
Strong visual design skills
Solid UI and front-end web development skills
Experience developing mobile enabled web sites
Familiar with test-driven development
Solid communication skills with executives about project details and completion dates
Become and remain knowledgeable and up-to-date on web/mobile advertising technological innovations
Confident, self-motivated, dependable, positive attitude, goal driven
Preferred BSCS or related degree
Basic mobile app development (IOS and Android) skills are a plus
$75 - $105k DOE
Medical, dental and vision insurance
Fast growing company with growth and leadership opportunities
Contact: Brady H.
Phone: 801-878-7089
Email: humanresources@universityvalues.com
Please email: humanresources@universityvalues.com, attach your resume in word format, and enter "Web Developer" in the subject of the email.

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