We are a WordPress-based startup in the independent cinema and film ticketing industry, looking for an experienced full-stack PHP developer to collaborate with us on a part-time, contract basis to build a large feature we will be adding to our WP Multisite-based SAAS.

You will be collaborating with our CTO and our third party app development partner to architect and build this feature. We are a small, cloud-based team located in Southern California, and we work on Slack.

With your application, please send a cover letter, resume, up to 3 relevant code samples, and your hourly rate.
Bonus points if you tell us your favorite movie theater! References will be requested for selected candidates.

We welcome diverse applicants who believe in the power of the moviegoing experience to bring us together to celebrate vital stories through independent cinema.

Job Details

  • Part-time, contract, remote
  • Current Project duration: April through June 2019
  • We are hoping to find someone who works well within our small team, and is open to working with us on an ongoing basis past June

About You

  • Professional experience with WordPress plugin development
  • At least 2 years experience with object-oriented PHP7, Git, and MySQL
  • Solid experience with: JavaScript/ECMAScript (jQuery/React/Node), CSS, SCSS, Vagrant, and AWS
  • Familiarity with composer, e-commerce payment gateways, nginx, php-fpm, linux command line, wp-cli
  • Experience optimizing high-availability large-scale WordPress
  • Passionate about writing clean, well-documented code that follows code style standards
  • Proven experience managing time and team communication in a remote work environment
  • Based in North America
  • Fluent in English

About Us
Filmbot is a modern point-of-sale ticketing system helping the next generation of independent cinemas thrive. We launched in 2017, and are currently powering the websites, online ticketing, and box office ticketing for a number of both contemporary and historic theaters nationwide.

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