Re-factor PHP property feed code

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We have a Wordpress website with a PHP script for download properties from a feed and uploading to a number of portals.

The data is first pulled from an online system called Quickbase via XML download, parsed and then data and images are zipped up and fed to the portals via FTP upload. A slightly different data set is created for the website and it is then updated.

It has grown organically and is in real need of re-factoring. It also requires a test data set to be created so that further development / testing does not require the live data.

The system works at the moment but we have had a number issues and wish to make it more robust and potentially develop some products with it as well.

I am looking for an experienced PHP / Wordpress coder, who has the following experience:

Program / Application design - We will require the processes to be mapped out clearly
Coding & Refactoring PHP / Wordpress code - Examples will be required of similar projects
Unit testing - Code will require thorough testing prior to launch
Version control - The existing code is under Git version control so experience with this is essential

We are growing company and constantly require reliable coders for a variety of projects an on-going website maintenance. We are also looking for number of developers who we can train up can be on stand by in case an issue occurs on the system.

The budget is negotiable providing clear evidence can be supplied to indicate the amount of work involved.

If the above sounds like you then it would be great to hear from you.

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