Web Developer & Onsite Technician, Coventry, Immediate Start

LiveBuzz designs visitor management systems for Conferences and Exhibitions, UK and overseas.  The live events industry is building back fast and offers fantastic career progression for talented employees.

Required: For immediate start.


About the Role

A web developer who will take responsibility for the technical build of booking systems and the clients’ ongoing needs. You may need to travel to the event to set up registration equipment or provide online support to other members of the team to deliver the registration at the show.

The candidate will have web development skills to create registration forms with complex logic.  They will be dealing directly with the client and working closely with the LiveBuzz project managers and senior management.



A good standard of verbal and written English is required.  This is a full-time role, primarily standard office hours but flexible working can be accommodated.  The events industry is not strictly 9-5, there will be some out of hours and weekend work together with UK and possibly overseas travel.  The ideal candidate will have a UK drivers' licence and based within 50 miles of the Earlsdon, Coventry office.  After an initial office-based period for training and onboarding of our system, your week will be a mix of home and office working.  Initial training will be provided but it is imperative you have commercial experience, maturity and have a good level* of:

  • PHP
  • HTML
  • CSS
  • Javascript

Experience/Knowledge of the following will be an advantage:

  • MVC Frameworks (we use Laravel)
  • Version control (we use Git/GitHub)
  • Javascript frameworks (we use Vue.js)
  • An understanding of networking


£30K+ Salary, dependant on experience.

*the interview process will include a code based competency exercise



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LiveBuzz is an award winning provider of Event Registration, Event Websites and Event Staffing.