Just a few days ago I've finished an Interview with a company that's looking for a Web Developer. My tasks will be converting the existing application to a new Programming language(ASP classic to PHP MVC), maintenance of existing code, adding new features to old code, while also creating new software.
During the interview, the President of the company says they might not have access to all the source code cause every part of the company is outsourced to companies all over Asia (We're in Canada) only to save money. This may be a small problem.
They later say the company has no marketing done and doesn't care about SEO but also needs you, the developer to handle digital marketing for the company. The company website was outsourced for cheap and in return looks poor and doesn't care to update it. Mind you this company has been around for 11 years.
I was offered the job on the spot and at that moment I said to wait till I see some code and how the application works.
As someone fresh out of college with no work, of course, I want to take it and create software but am I right in thinking this maybe a bad choice since it seems the President doesn't have a handle on any one part of the company and they have no other developers just them self. Couldn't explain to me how the company or the software works....
This developer position is also for 24,000ish salary which even for a junior seems low?