Senior Python Django Developer

Senior Python Django Developer
  • £55,000 - £75,000 per Year
    YEAR
  • Permanent
  • London, England, UK ec3a 4af London London GBR ec3a 4af
Job Ref: 50209990
Sector: Software Development / Software Engineer
Date Added: 08 October 2020

Mid/Senior Python Django Developer

My client has just secured series A funding and is looking to grow their development team by 2 or 3 by the end of this year. My client are already revenue generating and are looking to grow sustainably, they have secured series A funding but they are looking to put this into their technology rather than growing to an unnecessary headcount.

The development team is a team of 9, all of whom bring real value to the business. In order to be considered for the role the right developer must have a willingness to learn and show a passion for the product, so I'd recommend applying to this role is Fintech is an area you have a strong interest in.

If you are a strong senior looking to challenge yourself by creating new features for an already revenue making platform then this would be a great opportunity to explore. On the flip side, if you are a mid-level with a strong track record this is a great opportunity too - My client is KNOWN for their ability to turn mid-level developers into strong seniors. The ideal candidate will have strong experiences with:

  • Python Development
  • Django or Flask framework
  • AWS
  • DevOps (i.e. Docker and Buildbase)

My client are looking to organise 1st stage interviews for early next week, please do get in touch if you would be interested in hearing more about this role! Please not that this role does not offer sponsorship, and to be considered for this role you must be eligible to work in the UK.

Mid/Senior Python Django Developer

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07/11/2020 12:47:24
GBP 55000 55000
Contact Consultant:
Dominic Fox

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