We're hiring — Graduate/Junior PHP Web Developer

About us

We are a friendly, developer-run web agency based in Manchester’s Northern Quarter, looking to expand our small team. Over the past decade, we’ve built up an enviable portfolio, working with dozens of diverse regional and national organisations, from HOME to the BBC: our clients include breweries and bars, theatres and galleries, music venues and festivals, broadcasters and publishers.

We are a full-stack agency with a focus on modern PHP 7 development - our projects range from frameworks like Laravel to content management systems including highly customised Wordpress builds. We focus on modern semantic markup with SCSS and Vue JS on the front-end.

About you

We’re seeking a graduate or junior-level developer with a passion for web technology to join our close-knit team. Working on our new projects, as well as maintaining and bug-fixing existing websites, you will quickly gain knowledge and develop your skills, with plenty of scope for your professional development. In particular, we’re looking for people with experience in the following areas:


  • Relevant degree or comparable web development experience
  • Strong PHP, HTML 5, CSS and Javascript experience, with example projects


  • Computer science/physics/maths/engineering background
  • Modern Javascript (ES6) development, including Vue or React frameworks
  • Modern PHP 7 development, including frameworks like Laravel or Symphony and templating with Blade or Twig
  • SCSS
  • Dev tools including GIT, Composer, Grunt, GNU command-line tools
  • Devops, especially Linux, Apache, MariaDB (MySQL) inc. schema design
  • Adobe CS experience

The role, which is full-time, is based in our relaxed office environment (no shirts and ties here - we prefer lunches out, afterwork drinks and playing table tennis), and includes opportunities for professional development and training.


£18,000 - £24,000 depending on experience


Please email your CV and cover letter to jobs@ohdigital.co.uk. You should also include your public code repos (e.g. GitHub), or links to example projects, where possible.