Junior PHP/Drupal developer

The School of Computing, Information Technology and Engineering and the Knowledge Dock are working closely with a customer to optimise a Drupal 6/Ubercart web site.

For this project, we require a a Junior PHP/Drupal developer to work under close academic supervision on the customer’s web site. You will work either full time for 6 weeks or part-time for 12 weeks.

To be considered you will:

  • Have a strong familiarity with HTML and CSS
  • Have proven OOPHP5 programming experience
  • Be familiar with Apache and MySQL
  • Be willing to train on Drupal 6
  • Be familiar with usability and accessibility principles

In case you are selected, UEL will provide access to a development LAMP server.

Access to restricted post-graduate computer labs can be agreed for the length of the project.

The UEL library has recently acquired a good number of books on Drupal.
Interviews to be help in the third week of February.

For more information, please write to Andres Baravalle (a.baravalle@uel.ac.uk) or Andrea Capiluppi (a.capiluppi@uel.ac.uk).

About Andres

Andres Baravalle currently (since September 2018) works at Akamai (UK) as an Engagement Manager. Before he has been working as a Senior Lecturer in the University of East London (2009-2018), as Lecturer in the Open University (2006-2009) and as Research Associate, in the University of Sheffield (2004-2006). He has finished his ph.D. in Computer Science, at Turin University in February 2004. As consultant, he has been working for several firms, in the in the area of web applications development, system administration, security and data analysis.