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\nPlease note that you must hold a British or Irish Passport and live in the UK or Ireland to be eligable to apply for this role.\n\nIDGateway™ is the UK's leading Identity Management solution provider in Airports. We are seeking a PHP Developer to work with one of our development teams on a new brand new ground up project. The role will require the individual to work closely in a team of three to deliver this significant new application. This role will allow for remote working but does require that you live in the UK or Ireland and are willing travel to our offices in Hampshire on occasion.\n\nWorking under the Software Development Manager an you will be responsible for planning your development tasks, working collaboratively with your team as well as our Test and Service team and delivering fantastic features and workflows, both on time and on budget. You will work closely with our Senior Developer on this project. All projects have regular stand ups where we will ask you to report on progress.\n\nYou will have significant experience of using OOPHP and MySQL as well as the Laravel framework. We are looking for a skilled software engineer who can put their talents to use in this significant piece of work. This is a fast-paced role that requires someone with energy and ambition who enjoys a challenge and who wants to develop a career in a fast paced technology business.\n\nIf you are interested, please apply stating your required salary ambitions and your location and passport nationlaity.
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