We're looking for software developers

Human is a successful software development team based in Manchester City Centre. We design and build excellent web and mobile applications for truly wonderful clients.

We are very lucky; our work is both enjoyable and important. For our clients we bring transformation; we actually get to create the future.

We create both high-quality on-brand applications for end consumers as well as easy-to-use tools for those running operations, research, marketing and management functions 'back of house'. We help companies to access and understand the data they have better as well as helping them to change and improve their day-to-day work by developing new user interfaces and business applications which reduce friction and make everyone's life better.

Human is a great place to work; we offer flexible working hours and don't believe in long days. Half a day a week is dedicated to personal projects allowing you to experiment with new technolgies and explore new ideas. We get lunch in on a Friday for the whole team and each month we go out for a social evening - pool, bowling, crazy golf or even board games. And of course we have a ping-pong table in our spacious office on Princess Street.

Right now we have roles in both front and back end development. Are you a front or back end developer looking for a new freelance gig or a permanent role?

We'd love to speak to you if you have experience and/or knowledge of many or all of the following:

LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP)
MVC Frameworks (specifically Yii)
JavaScript libraries (specifically jQuery)
AngularJS / Ionic
Phonegap / Cordova
Gulp / Grunt

We believe in shared learning and development; your interests and talents will be nurtured so that you can thrive.

Do you want to work with us in a fun and supportive environment to build awesome products? Send an email to theteam@human.software telling us about your skills, experience, current situation and why you’d like to work with us.

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