PHP developer – join us!

Hi! We are Codelight – a web development company based in Tartu, Estonia.
We are looking for an experienced, ambitious PHP developer to join our team.

What you’ll be doing in Codelight:

  • Building awesome, complex WordPress-based projects and integrations,
  • Creating and improving our open-source development tools to help the rest of the world struggling with WP,
  • Taking responsibility for delivering quality solutions for our customers,
  • Mentoring our junior developers,
  • Building things the right way.

What we expect from you:

  • Experience with PHP and at least one modern MVC framework (e.g. Symfony / Laravel / Zend). Experience with WP is not required – you’ll learn quickly.
  • Ambition to develop and grow professionally,
  • Interest in web application architecture,
  • Interest in leading a small development team.

We are looking to fill a senior-level position. However, we don’t judge this by your years of experience but rather your real-world skills.

What we offer:

  • Great salary according to your contribution to our team,
  • A fancy new office in Aparaaditehas & endless amount of coffee,
  • Super-awesome yearly company trips (for example, this year we spent a month in Bali).

About Codelight:

We are a technically capable dev team focused on modernizing WordPress development. Our team is lead by developers, not business people. We build commercial products, custom solutions for our clients and contribute to open source. Our Slackbot makes “that’s what (s)he said” jokes.

Interested?

Drop us a line at [email protected] Tell us a little about yourself, your skills, your interests and any side projects you’ve done. Please attach a CV and also the link to your GitHub profile (if you have one).

As a bonus..

Here’s a super short sneak-peek of our recent company trip to Bali – just to make you a bit jealous:

Indrek, our back-end team lead, on the balcony of our villa, attempting to figure out why his inversion of control container is not properly injecting dependencies.

 

Robert, our DevOps, after his 8th attempt to run ‘vagrant provision’ did not throw any errors. Yes, that’s a pool in the background.

 

Mats-Joonas, our front-end team lead, pondering his poor life choices after building an app on React.

 

Interested?

Drop us a line at [email protected] Tell us a little about yourself, your skills, your interests and any side projects you’ve done. Please attach a CV and also the link to your GitHub profile (if you have one).