WordPress loving PHP developers are in high demand


WordPress jobs for php developers
Do you love WordPress? Are you awesome with PHP? If so, there are job openings for you. Page.ly, Themify, Obox and Automattic are all looking for experienced PHP developers.

Themify is a commercial WordPress theme shop. They are looking for both a freelance (remote okay) PHP developer and a frontend (Toronto based) developer. Find all the information you need on their blog post.

Page.ly is a managed WordPress hosting provider. They are looking for a primarily PHP, but also jack-of-all-trades, developer. The position is full time, and you can work remote. Learn more on their careers page.

Obox is a commercial WordPress theme shop. They are looking for a full time PHP developer. You can work remotely, but they ask that you have at least some work-time overlap with GMT+2 timezone (Cape Town), which is 6 hours ahead of U.S. Eastern Time. Learn more on their blog post.

Automattic, the parent company to WordPress.com, always seems to be hiring. Currently they’re seeking folks fit for positions from Code Wrangler to Happiness Officer. Many of the positions ask for at least some proficiency in PHP. Check out all of their openings on the jobs page.

It seems PHP, and WordPress knowledge in general, is a skill in high demand. Do you know of other well known WordPress companies hiring? Share with us in the comments.

11 thoughts on “WordPress loving PHP developers are in high demand

  1. If you’re really good (and confident in your skills), WordPress.com is almost always accepting resumes as well. They hire developers on a contract at first, to see how they work.

    Also, StockTwits (http://stocktwits.com) had a great opening for a WordPress guru a few days back.

    • Thanks for the info, the reason I am posting here and showing my works is because I want to let those potential customer (s) take a look at my skill first, just like when you are buying something online, you always want to take a look first. Yes I loves PHP and I like to code with wordpress template tags, and I will continue develop plugin and theme based on that.

  2. Interesting openings, for those who are working from home or would like location-independent WordPress jobs, I suggest you check out

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