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This is your chance to work for the largest grocery retailer and one of the leading supermarket chains in the UK! This company is looking for an experienced Python engineer to come and help build great apps and services using open source technologies. This opportunity has huge scalability exposing you to a range of languages, challenges and opportunities, as well as providing you with a large amount of autonomy with your work. This opportunity will provide you with the perfect next step in your career and a great name to put on your CV.
This company aims to be the UK's most trusted retailer, somewhere people love to work AND shop. The company have a great work environment and employees have worked within the company for 20+ years! Now, as one of the UK's leading retailers across food, clothing, general merchandise and financial services, the company are looking to another keen individual to join their team!
Your role working as a Python Engineer will be working closely with other Software Engineering team members across multiple platforms and technologies to create an ecosystem that is consistent, highly useable, reliable and performant. Other responsibilities will include:
YOUR SKILLS & EXPERIENCE:
What your role as a Python Engineer will require:
The salary for your role as a Python Engineer is up to £55,000.
Along with this salary, the company are providing a wide range of benefits which are yet to be disclosed.
HOW TO APPLY:
Please register your interest by sending your CV to Jessica Boss via the Apply link on this page.
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