Full Stack Engineer (WordPress)

Lisboa

Job description

What you'll be doing

Helping us build scalable products by thinking ahead will be an important part of your work. As we migrate to our new website, you’ll be responsible for.

  • Building the future look of Mollie on Wordpress
  • Building custom features
  • Maintaining high Wordpress installation security standards

Our tech stack

Mollie’s new website will be using a custom built solution on top of WordPress. At this moment we are working on the solution design which will define the tech stack in full.

In general, our apps are written in TypeScript, using React. Our backend systems are generally written in PHP, and we’re currently busy splitting up our monolithic application into multiple services and migrating them to the Google Cloud.

We care about performance, stability, and resilience. Over the last couple of years, we’ve been constantly working on making our applications ready to handle the next phase of our growth.

We work with flexible and reusable components, and are always looking for parts of the codebase that we can open-source and share with the community.



Requirements

Your qualification

  • 3-5 years of experience in developing with WordPress and/or WooCommerce
  • PHP and Symfony 
  • Gutemberg (React)

Big plus

  • Experience with MySQL
  • Experience with integrations to third party APIs and services
  • Experience with Git
  • Experience with estimating your development efforts
  • Understanding of SEO, web accessibility, performance optimization
  • API design concepts and development of RESTful APIs
  • Experience working with design systems


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