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Contract Wordpress Developer Job In Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, Redline Group Ltd

Published 2022-08-12
Expires 2022-09-12
ID #1125115521
55 £
Contract Wordpress Developer Job In Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, Redline Group Ltd
United Kingdom, Nottinghamshire, Nottingham,
Published August 12, 2022

Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Contract
Salary type: Hourly
Occupation: Contract wordpress developer
Min. Salary: 50.00


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Redline are working alongside an established technology business based in Nottingham, who require the experience of a Contract Wordpress Developer for a 3 to 6 month contract.

This is a key project for a Contract Wordpress Developer to develop upon a website which is used to market the company and showcase their products.

They are looking to secure a Contract Firmware Engineer to support up and coming projects for an initial 4 to 6 month contract.

This role has an indicative OUTSIDE IR35 determination therefore we can accept candidates who would like to operate through their own PSC

Key Skills Required: Contract Firmware Engineer, Northampton:
- Experience developing in Wordpress
- Specialist with DIVI
- Good knowledge with SEO

Interviews are taking place soon - don't miss out!

For more information or to apply for the Contract Wordpress Developer opportunity in Nottingham, please contact Cathy Swain quoting reference CLS8038/9.
You can contact via (phone number removed) or via email on (url removed)

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    Redline Group Ltd
    Registered on October 7, 2017

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