PHP/Laravel Developer


AxiomQ is a versatile team of 50+ engineers and web professionals capable of carrying out custom product development from its definition and design stages to application coding and deployment. Web apps that we build come in various shapes and sizes, from simple web services to complex e-commerce web apps. We work with clients from all over the world and from a range of different industries. Our team is capable and comfortable with working in various programming environments, tools and technologies.

We are currently looking for a programmer who has good knowledge of PHP/Laravel language.

What we expect

  • Minimum 2 years of experience in PHP.
  • Experience working with Laravel, performing unit testing, and managing APIs such as REST.
  • Proficiency in HTML and JavaScript.
  • Knowledge of database design and querying using SQL.
  • Experience using Project/Issue tracking tools, such as JIRA, Trello.
  • Knowledge of object-oriented concepts and MVC architecture.
  • Nice to have: MySQL databases, VueJS, frameworks knowledge and experience with web servers (nginx, Apache).
  • Excellent command of the English language.
  • Ability to solve problems independently and quickly.

What you get

  • Competitive salary.
  • Friendly and relaxed working environment.
  • Working with competent colleagues willing to share their knowledge and experience.
  • Working on interesting and dynamic projects.
  • The opportunity to freely ask questions and learn something new every day.
  • Fully equipped cozy offices, with kitchens including espresso, other refreshments and fresh fruits.
  • Books of your choice.

What you DON’T get

  • Groundhog Days. Same projects over and over again.
  • To be stuck. You grow, so your projects will grow.
  • Robot-like treatment. You’re human and you will be treated as one.
  • Distractions.
  • No-can-do’s, as an answer when you ask for help.
  • Office Spaced. Multiple bosses talking down on you and your work.


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