Hiring: Web Developer (PHP/MySQL) At WhatCulture.com

Updated: October 21, 2020

Role: PHP Web Developer

Location: Gateshead, Tyne & Wear, UK

Salary: DOE

WhatCulture.com is a multi-faceted entertainment website and network of YouTube channels. We provide thoughtful, informative articles, features and videos to an ever-expanding audience of 10 million unique users each month.

We are seeking an ambitious, talented, candidate to join our team and help us continue to build upon existing systems and create new ones.

You will play a key role in the on-going development of WhatCulture.com (both front-end and back-end systems) and it's interconnectivity with YouTube and other APIs. You will be expected to really get under the skin of the website and take forward development objectives, as well as present your own ideas. You will be passionate about both web development and our company.

You Will

Be an excellent communicator who is comfortable working both autonomously and as part of a team;

Be a dynamic person who is motivated by the challenge of a wide-range of development tasks;

Have a keen eye for spotting opportunities and driving ideas forward;

Be passionate about our website and have full belief in our long term goals.

What We Offer

The opportunity to join one of the fastest growing Entertainment businesses in the world;

A role with unlimited potential and the opportunity to work on a vast range of projects;

Competitive salary;

Dynamic office environment (when COVID rules allow!), with pool table, consoles and other break-out areas.

Required Skills & Experience

Thorough working knowledge of PHP adhering to MVC frameworks;

Familiar with Linux / Unix command-line utilities;

MySQL database design and querying methodologies;

Build tools such as Gulp;

Comfortable with responsive CSS/HTML5 and CSS preprocessors;

Git version control.

Desirable skills

Server management;

Experience with caching methods;

Networking experience;

To Apply

Applications are invited to peter@whatculture.com. In addition to a CV, salary expectation and covering letter, you must be able to demonstrate your coding experience, either via GitHub/Bitbucket or through live samples.

No agency enquiries at this time.