Job - Senior / Web Programmer, Digpro Group Limited
Digpro Group Limited

An award winning company stationed at the Hong Kong Science Park is seeking for qualified candidates to fill the following position: 

Senior / Web Programmer

Job Ref.CT3104429-01#0096

We are a well-established and award winning company stations at the Hong Kong Science Park specializing in 360° and AR imaging production system. 

To cope with our massive strategy growth in HK, we are now looking for a professional to join our young, innovative and energetic team.


  • University degree / Diploma / Certificate holder in Computer Science or related disciplines
  • At least 2 years of experience in designing, building and maintaining web based applications
  • Know how to develop and maintain web based applications using Javascript, HTML5, CSS, Ajax
  • Experience with Responsive Web Design and Mobile-Friendly development is highly preferred.
  • Solid experience on RDBMS, especially MySQL
  • Solid experience on PHP, especially frameworks such as Symfony, Laravel, CodeIgniter
  • Self-motivated, responsible, able to work independently
  • Knowledge of image processing, photography will be an advantage BUT not essential
  • To be stationed at Kwun Tong / the Hong Kong Science Park 

We offer competitive remuneration package + high commission, 5-day work and excellent career prospect to the right candidate.

Fresh graduates or less experience candidates can be assigned as junior programmer

Interested parties, please send full resume, SALARY EXPECTED to or click apply now.

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