PHP/JS Developer - Website Platform
Dealer Inspire is an automotive digital platform provider located in Naperville, Illinois. We pride ourselves in having a fun, unconventional working environment and a great culture. While our team works extremely hard, we try to keep a fun and creative work environment. At Dealer Inspire, we like to look at current problems and “rethink” solutions. We’re flexible - we don’t write requirements in stone, and things change regularly. This means rethinking how the solutions work best.
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You value code quality, scalability, and reliability. You are not beholden to one language, design pattern, or framework, but instead you believe that a true craftsman always chooses the right tool for the job. You understand business value and are all about creating it. You value working on a team with other developers, and can communicate complex ideas with ease. You love learning and experimenting with new technologies but would never neglect the fundamentals. You don’t have an over-sized ego. Given some mockups, and good guidance, you should be able to implement small features. The most important attributes we’re looking for in this role are an eagerness to learn, and the ability to put your hand up and ask for help when you do get stuck.
The Junior PHP/JS Developer is responsible for the maintenance and improvement of the Dealer Inspire Website Platform, specifically forward-facing features and functionality. The Junior PHP/JS Developer assists in the creation of new features, works with senior and mid-level colleagues to fix bugs, and addresses support concerns via company communication tools. Strong problem solving, organization, and documentation skills are key to success.
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Compensation based upon skill and previous experience. Motivated and talented individuals may advance quickly in our fast growing company.
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